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    • Annual Report
    • 2011 Annual Report aspresented to the AnnualGeneral Meeting ofthe Australian CyclingFederation Inc. trading asCycling Australia, Sydney12 November 2011
    • Official Sponsor & Partner Major Partner Supporting Organisations & Affiliates Sponsors & Official Suppliers
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 5contents06 President 67 Record of Merit09 Australian Sports 75 Financial Reports Commission Chair 85 2011 Results Summary10 Chief Executive – Domestic Officer 105 2011 Results Summary14 Membership Table – International15 Department Reports31 Commission Reports39 Affiliate Reports55 Major Event Reports
    • 6 Klaus Mueller 2011 has been another outstanding year for Cycling followed up by David Edwards bronze in the Junior Men’s Australia. Time Trial and an outstanding team and individual effort that saw Matt Goss claim silver in the blue riband event, the There were simply too many outstanding results in 2011 to Elite Men’s Road Race. list them all in my report. I commend you to take the time to go to the list of international results set out in full later BMX World Championships: Australia topped the medal in this report. These results handsomely demonstrate the table in elite (senior & junior) competition. We ended the strength of all facets of Australian cycling, Track, Road, BMX, season with a number one women’s nation ranking and MTB and Para-cycling. number two for men. This is an outstanding reflection of consistently good results by our BMX riders. Let me just mention a few results that particularly caught my attention. Commercialisation The joint venture agreement between CA and the Grassroots Cadel: In a year of magnificent performances none was Group, which commenced at the end of last year is begin- more so than Cadel Evans’ win in this year’s Tour de France. ning to show results. The first event promoted by the joint Much has been said about the win so I will focus on the venture was the Sydney Bike Show. I attended the show impact that it has had on the public profile of the sport and was impressed by the quality of the presentation and in this country. Never before has cycling received such the enthusiasm for the event by both exhibitors and visitors positive exposure; it attracted full front page coverage in the alike. It was followed by the Brisbane Show which also met daily newspapers, over a million people viewed our media our expectations and I am confident that future shows will be partner, SBS, for each of the last three nights of the Tour and profitable and further promote the CA brand. more than 30,000 fans turning up at Federation Square in Melbourne to give Cadel an enthusiastic welcome home. While in Copenhagen for the Road World Championships in The Premier of Victoria described the win as the greatest September I joined the first of the CA Tours organised by the ever individual sporting achievement of any Australian. joint venture. The participants in the Tour had rare access to our High Performance team, including the coaches, man- Track World Championships: In a truly dominant agers and the riders. The hotel was excellent and a short performance the Cyclones topped the medal table claiming walk from the time trial course and the facilities on the road eight gold medals. Anna Meares headed the charge with a personal tally of three golds. There were simply too many World Record: At the national championships in Sydney outstanding results in 2011 to list Jack Bobridge rode a time of 4:10.534 to break the 4km world record set by Chris Boardman in 1996. Boardman set them all in my report. I commend his record riding in the since banned ‘Superman position’ that you take the time to go to the and many thought it unbeatable. Jack’s achievement was the cycling equivalent of breaking the four minute mile. It list of international results set out was a brilliant achievement which did not get the public ac- in full later in this report. colades it deserved. Road World Championships: Australia enjoyed arguably race course were second to none. All the participants were the best road worlds ever. On the opening day Australia delighted with the experience and glowing in their praise for won two gold and a bronze from two events. Luke Michael Edgley and his organising team. There will be future Durbridge won the U23 time trial with Michael Hepburn tours to the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia and World Champion- finishing third despite a fall. Jessica Allen was crowned ships. I have no doubt that these will be equally successful Junior Women’s Time Trial World Champion. This was in offering unrivalled access to riders and areas inaccessible President
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 7 nities for CA by reviewing these relationships and emphasising to governments the considerable benefits which flow to their communities from promoting major cycling events. We appreciate the tremendous ongoing support of the South Australian Government for the Tour Down Under which remains the biggest annual cycling event in the country. Each year the event improves and the crowds grow. The sport is well supported by a number of commercial spon- sors but none more generous than Gerry Ryan and Jayco. Many of the high performance initiatives would not have been possible but for their magnificent support. Jayco has been the main sponsor for a raft of events such as the Herald Sun Tour and the Bay Series. The most exciting new initiative for cycling in this country has been the formation of the GreenEDGE cycling team underwrit- ten by the Ryan family. This offers a further pathway for our top cyclists and most importantly GreenEDGE is committed to supporting our aspirations for success at Olympic and Com- monwealth Games and World Championships. GreenEDGE is of course the first Australian team to compete at the top level of professional road cycling. The Australian public willto the general public and provide a unique experience to our now have a team to call our own. The team has created andgrowing number of fans and supporters. will continue to create tremendous public interest in our sport and indeed in cycling in general. Shayne Bannan heads theThe Joint Venture is in the process of finalising a commercial team. Shayne, while in charge of our high performance team,sponsorship which will confer substantial benefits on CA, helped elevate Australia to the ranks of the cycling elite. I amMTBA, BMXA and our affiliates. Hopefully a public announce- confident that Shayne will do the same for GreenEDGE.ment will follow shortly. Again, heart-felt thanks to our main sponsor, the AustralianCA has entered into an agreement with SBS to provide Government through the Australian Sports Commission andincreased TV coverage for our Road, Track, BMX and MTB the Australian Institute of Sport and to the Federal MinisterChampionships and National Road Series events. I believe for Sport, Mark Arbib. The government continues to providethat this will further lift the profile of the sport and provide ad- generous support for our High Performance and other pro-ditional incentive to commercial sponsors and team owners. grams. I am confident that the confidence shown in CA will beWe have also entered agreements with SBS to partner and rewarded in 2012 in London.promote our tour programs and shows. AcknowledgementsGovernance A report like this can never do justice to the multitude ofWith the generous assistance of the Australian Sports people and organisations who contribute to making the sportCommission there have been extensive discussions great in this country. Thanks to the State and Territory As-between CA, BMXA and MTBA with a view to integration sociations, clubs, officials, coaches and volunteers who keepand certainly much greater co-operation between the three the sport running. To Kevin Tabotta and Paul Brosnan and theirorganisations. These discussions have been positive and professional team in Adelaide and spread across the world,there is already a large measure of agreement. The three thanks for the dedication and professionalism which hasorganisations are now in the process of consulting with contributed so greatly to our success.their constituents. Naturally this is likely to take some timealthough already significant changes have been implement- Each and every Board member has contributed greatly toed including an agreement for CA to perform most of the the betterment of the sport. Thanks to Graham Fredericksadministrative functions for MTBA in a manner similar to and his loyal and dedicated staff who have put in such anour existing arrangement with BMXA. enormous effort over the last 12 months which have been very challenging but also rewarding.Government & Sponsor supportCA has forged close relationships with most of our govern- The future looks very promising for cycling in Australia.ments and their major events departments. In the next twelve I am in awe as to the depth of sporting, coaching andmonths we will focus on maximising the commercial opportu- administrative talent. I wish you all a very successful 2012.
    • The Hon. Warwick Smith AM 9 The countdown to an Olympic and Paralympic Games is an exciting time for Australians. As London 2012 looms on our horizon there is much work to be done to fine tune our preparations. The Australian Government and the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) continue to work closely with Olympic and Paralympic sports, along with the Australian Olympic and Paralympic Committees to ensure our athletes get the best possible support. Through the Green and Gold project, $3.85 million in extra funding has been provided for our top Olympic athletes and teams to boost their training and preparations for London 2012. A true sign that Australian sport is united in working together is the endorsement from the Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments of the National Sport and Active Recreation Policy Framework. What this means is that for the first time all governments have agreed on priorities for sport. Underpinning the Framework is the new National Institutes System Intergovernmental Agreement which unites our National Institutes of Sport and national sporting organisations to work hand-in-hand to achieve common national high performance objectives to maximise resourcing and expertise in support of the development of world class athletes to achieve international success. This Framework is supported by significant additional investment in sport by the Australian Government. The 2011-12 Budget will provide $300 million to support the full spectrum of sport from grass roots through to elite competition. Support by the Australian Government will enable a more collaborative long term focus to drive reform within Australian sport and importantly make the connection between Australian’s standing on the podium and young Australians participating in sport. This is an exciting and challenging time for Australian sport. The Australian Sports Commission looks forward to working with all sporting organisations, the state and territory institutes and academies of sport and state and territory departments of sport and recreation, to promote access to, and participation in, sport across the community and support Australia’s continued sporting success.Australian Sports CommissionChair
    • 10 Graham Fredericks Cycling Australia has enjoyed • Simplified our membership structure to cover three major categories being Race, Ride and Supporter. A Gold a stellar year in 2011 with Race licence applies for all competition levels while a outstanding performances by Silver Ride licence is for non-competitive events and recreational riding. In 2012 we will introduce a Cyclones our cyclists on the international HQ membership package to cater for our growing legion of stage, world class competition at fans. A Platinum licence covers our officials, coaches and sports administrators. home and double-digit growth in • Transferred to a new CRM database hosted by IMG membership. Sport Technology Group. The system provides improved user functionality, better reporting capacity, improved MeMBeRSHip customisation & service responsiveness as well as Our membership grew to 22,005 in 2011, which is up flexibility for us to further develop an integrated technology 10.7% on the 19,875 members in 2010. When combined platform for the sport. with BMX and Mountain Bike our membership sector has • Increased staff training with an internal focus on grown to just over 35,000 members. membership servicing and marketing • Continued work on finalising a Member Loyalty Program There are several highlights worth noting when analysing to provide greater benefits in the membership packages. our 2011 membership; • Updated and enhanced our member communication through e-Cycle newsletters, our website and social media. • Elite and U23 racing categories increased by more than 10% in 2010, which signals encouraging growth in this core Membership is of primary importance to the Board and sector of membership, staff and whilst we are pleased with the overall growth • The Masters categories continue to be our strongest and of the past 12 months, we are also committed to working enjoyed a 13% increase this year to account for almost harder in this area so we can improve the experience for 9,000 members, our current cycling family and realise the ever increasing • Junior membership (U13 to U19) jumped by close to 10%, potential of cycling. the strongest growth in a decade for these age groups; • The recreational sector enjoyed the strongest growth with ReSulTS an 80% increase to take this category from 14% to more Our Australian Cyclones national teams and Australian than 23% of our total membership. This increase comes cyclists individually continued to excel on the world stage as a result of a renewed focus to provide participation delivering another remarkable year of performances. opportunities for non-competitive riders and indicates there is significant potential for greater growth in the future. • For the third year in a row Australia topped the medal table at the Track World Championships where a dominant We must acknowledge, however, there is work to do showing by the Cyclones netted eight gold medals, three of across all disciplines to stem member turnover. In 2011 which went to Anna Meares. the ‘surge factor’ loss was above 30%. This means, in real • Cadel Evans made history when he became the first terms, we grew by more than 8,000 members or 40% but Australian to win the Tour de France after an inspiring lost around 6,000 members. performance in one of the most iconic and prestigious world sporting events. In a bid to address this we plan to implement a number of • In Denmark Australia claimed five medals including two initiatives to target the retention of existing members and gold in what was arguably our best ever performance to attract new members. For the 2012 membership year we across all events at a road world championships. have: • Australia ended the season as the fourth placed nation on the UCI’s elite men’s road rankings. CEO
    • 11 he follows his dream to establish Australia’s first WorldTour team. We were pleased to welcome Kevin Tabotta into the role of National Performance Director, who alongside Paul Brosnan as General Manager, High Performance, has picked up where Shayne left off and injected new energy into our elite programs. Kevin and Paul both came through the CA pathway and I am proud to say, they are representative of a strong culture of dedication and talent within our national system. ReSOuRCeS Finance Cycling Australia had another challenging year in financial terms in 2011. After a year of investment in commercial ventures and major events, we returned a deficit of $175,000 for the financial year to 30 June 2011. Investment in a commercial joint venture with UK based brand management company Grass Roots Group; underwriting major events (2010 Road World Championships; 2010/11 Track World Cup & 2011 Para-• Australia also topped the medal table in elite (senior & cycling Road World Cup); reforming membership withjunior) competition at the BMX World Championships as discounts to key volunteers, coaches and officials; and anwell as finishing the season as the number one ranked increased depreciation schedule after the office relocationnation on the women’s table and number two on the men’s. in 2008 all contributed to pressure on the bottom line. The• At the Junior Track World Championships our team balance sheet now reflects members’ assets of $523,697 ,continued Australia’s long reign of success with nine albeit with a degree of exposure in returning assets frommembers of the team coming home with a rainbow jersey future major events.and in some cases more than one.• Our Para-cycling program exceeded their goals for The Board of Cycling Australia has drawn a line underthe year finishing third on the medal table at the track this period of investment and now looks forward withworlds and recording their best ever results at the road some optimism to a period of consolidation and returnworlds. Importantly, the program has met the maximum on investment as we take a very pragmatic and strategicqualification targets for the London 2012 Paralympic Games. approach to commercial and event activity. In the first year• Congratulations also to Cameron Meyer, multiple world our commercial joint venture has successfully established aand Commonwealth champion who was named the Jayco suite of products and is on target to build a strong revenue2010 Australian Cyclist of the Year last December and stream in future years. Our events arm, Australian Cyclingawarded the Sir Hubert Opperman Medal. Events P/L, has also turned a corner in its capacity to explore a broader range of activity with future sustainability andClearly, it was another outstanding year for our high returns clearly in focus.performance programs as they build up to London. We havean incredible talent pool of athletes backed by exceptional The high performance department is in a very strongskill and commitment from our coaches, support staff financial position and has been able, for the first time, to planand program management which means that as we enter ahead effectively for the extra demands of an Olympic year.the Games year we can be confident no stone will be leftunturned to ensure our athletes have the best chance of principal partnersuccess in London. The support we receive from the Australian Government through the Australian Sports Commission and theI cannot refer to our high performance programs without Australian Institute of Sport was again very significant. Inmentioning the enormous contribution made by Shayne addition to the major contribution to the funding of ourBannan as National Performance Director over a ten year successful high performance programs, national teams,period up until his departure at the beginning of this year. and sport development programs, Cycling AustraliaShayne’s strategic leadership and technical knowledge was also benefited from investment in the first phase of asignificant in Australia’s climb to the top of world cycling. governance review, a technology platform review and aWe wish him every success with GreenEDGE cycling as new level of participation funding. All these programs are
    • 12 important investments in our capacity to grow and develop as an organisation. Our Australian Cyclones To Senator the Hon. Mark Arbib, Minister for Sport, ASC national teams and Chairman the Hon. Warwick Smith, senior sport consultant, James Selby and the other ASC staff with whom we Australian cyclists work, we extend very genuine appreciation and thanks. Special acknowledgement also to Prof. Peter Fricker for his individually continued outstanding service to Australian sport during his term as Director of the AIS - he will be missed. to excel on the world Major Sponsor stage delivering another A very special thank you must be directed to the Jayco remarkable year of Corporation and by extension, GreenEDGE Cycling (GEC). Gerry and Andrew Ryan have been significant and very performances. important supporters of Australian cycling over many years and their current investment in the CA high performance programs, feeder pathway programs and major cycling events will leave a lasting legacy for the sport. to the growth and success of Cycling Australia. I commend their reports to you and thank them all for their service. The exciting expected debut of the GEC team on the WorldTour will provide an enormous boost for cycling in ACKNOWleDGeMeNT AND THANKS Australia and the co-operative relationship between GEC and our high performance program will take our athlete and First and most importantly, I again take this opportunity coach pathways to new levels of excellence. to acknowledge the many volunteers, officials, clubs and promoters who regularly deliver our sport to our members. We are fortunate to enjoy the benefit and support of many Your contribution is critical and your efforts are greatly other sponsors who have made it possible for cycling to appreciated. prosper in Australia. These organisations are recognised hereafter and elsewhere in this report but I wish to We also recognise and thank the organisations and reinforce a collective vote of thanks to them and stress the commercial partners who have generously supported the importance and value of their support for the growth and growth and development of cycling in 2011 and who are development of Australian cycling. listed on the following page. insurance and Risk Management CA also recognises the significant support of a number Our members’ insurance program operated for the second of State Associations, clubs, volunteers, promoters and year under an aggregate deductible arrangement with numerous local government and corporate sponsors who both Public Liability and Personal Accident policies. Again have supported Cycling Australia National Championships this has worked well in controlling additional costs and throughout the country across various age categories and this, along with another year where claims have tracked disciplines. Thank you all for your contribution. reasonably well, is likely to enable us to contain premium costs and negotiate improved member benefits. In conclusion, I would like to acknowledge the tireless efforts of the Board of Cycling Australia. It is an important Over the past 12 months, we also embarked on a risk role with increasing responsibilities and I ask all members management review of how our sport is delivered. to recognise the significant commitment of President, Consultants CycleSense=Excellence, facilitated an Klaus Mueller and the dedicated team at the helm. extensive process to deliver improved guidelines for how to participate in cycling in a safer and more enjoyable I also extend very genuine appreciation to all Commission environment. These are expected to be rolled out in early representatives and the Boards that make up the 2012. administration of each of our States and affiliates. The engine room is very well oiled with passionate supporters. COMMiSSiONS, eVeNTS AND pROGRAMS Finally, to the CA staff team in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne Various staff, committee members and volunteers have and elsewhere around the world, it has again been a contributed to the Annual Report that provide an extensive privilege to work with such a talented and dynamic group overview of the organisation’s activities over the past year. and a I extend a personal thank you to each and every one We can be very proud of the commitment of many people of you for your service to Cycling Australia. associated with our sport and their collective contribution
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 13pARTNeRS, SuppORTeRS AND SupplieRS Commercial partners SBS Television Official Broadcast Partner andAustralian Sports Commission & Australian commercial partner for theInstitute of Sport Principal Sponsor and Partner Bike & Lifestyle Show and the CA Tour programJayco Major Corporate Partner GreenEDGE Cycling Supporting Partner SKINS Supporting Partner and OfficialSupporting Organisations Supplier (compression andAustralian Paralympic Committee recovery clothing) Para-cycling program and SMS Santini Official Supplier (Jayco AIS and competition funding and national teams) supporter of the Para-cycling Scody Official Supplier (Para-cycling) Road World Cup sponsor Scody CyclingAustralian Commonwealth Games Association Australia Track National funding for elite and junior Championships national team preparation Mapei Supporting PartnerAustralian Olympic Committee BT Bikes Official Supplier (track) international competition Mavic Official Supplier (track) funding Vittoria Official Supplier (track) Shimano Official Supplier (road)Government partners Pacific Brands (Giro) Official SupplierVictorian Government major partner of the 2010/11 (road and track) UCI Track World Cup, 2012 UCI Casco Official Supplier (track) Track World Championships Singapore Airlines Partner Airline and the Jayco Herald Sun Tour Wattbike Australia Official SupplierSouth Australian Government Tioga Official Supplier (BMX) promoter of the Santos Tour VSI Official Supplier (BMX) Down Under Bianchi Official Supplier (road) Aussie Butt Cream Official SupplierCity of Ballarat host partner of the Mars Thomson Official Supplier (BMX) Cycling Australia Road National Stealth Official Supplier (BMX) Championships and the Alienation Official Supplier (BMX) Cycling Australia Masters Road Carman’s Foods Official Supplier National Championships KooGa Australia Official Supplier
    • 14 2011 Membership by State and Category CyCling CyCling CyCling CyCling CyCling CyCling CyCling CyCling Affili- CyCling ACT nSW nT QlD SA TAS ViC WA ATeS** AUSTRAliA 2011 eliTe 239 798 9 741 249 57 1001 216 168 3478 2010 eliTe 216 742 23 699 254 63 901 190 3088 2011 U23 34 165 0 101 44 24 165 34 23 590 2010 U23 32 166 2 91 39 21 147 36 534 2011 U19 21 168 6 92 54 26 186 43 22 618 2010 U19 22 183 4 116 60 19 189 54 647 2011 U17 32 206 11 102 68 28 204 39 16 706 2010 U17 25 207 11 102 48 23 174 37 627 2011 U15 17 168 19 87 41 23 160 47 9 571 2010 U15 14 173 13 94 39 20 162 32 547 2011 U13 21 241 18 176 45 28 138 17 12 696 2010 U13 25 188 16 115 22 23 104 24 517 2011 Masters 262 3407 83 1620 483 159 2352 401 148 8915 2010 Masters 226 3181 103 1422 338 159 2127 317 7873 2011 59 1829 40 499 274 91 881 419 1054 5146 Recreation 2010 42 1174 29 347 242 33 705 285 2857 Recreation 2011 Other* 34 390 6 146 101 44 415 82 67 1285 2010 Other 35 574 4 316 121 60 531 7 1434 3185 2011 TOTAl 719 7372 192 3564 1359 480 5502 1298 1519 22005 2010 TOTAl 637 6588 242 3302 1163 421 5040 1048 1434 19875 *Other includes KIDZ, Club, VIP and Life Member licences. Please note 2010 figures also included 6 month licences that are now captured by category. ** Affiliates includes AUDAX & ADF plus MTBA & BMXA upgrade members.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 15PART 1DEPARTMENT REPORTS
    • 16 Administration & HR From an operational and administrative perspective, 2011 • Leading on from discussions with the state offices during has been a considerably hectic year, to say the least. During 2010, we have now migrated all states to Google Apps (a the course of the year the administrative team was met with cloud based email solution); numerous and concurrent challenges. The major challenges, many of which spanned a timeframe of more than twelve • The national storage network has commenced. This months with a significant increase in energy and resources will provide for local file storage at each state office and during 2011, included activities such as: overnight data backup to the national office in Mascot. At the moment, both High Performance and Cycling NSW • Financial reporting and administrative support for a round are live with that arrangement with other states to follow of the 2010 UCI Track World Cup series, as well as for the shortly. This is a CA funded initiative to ensure the data pinnacle cycling event, the 2010 UCI Road World Champion- integrity based on the identified lack of, or ageing, IT ships; infrastructure at the state offices. • Working through the final stages of articulating a digital master plan and the lengthy process of engaging an IT sport • Due to the relocation of the IT services from Dunc technology partner to provide the technological platform; Gray Velodrome (DGV) to the Mascot office, the Telstra • Working collaboratively with BMX Australia (BMXA) to ra- internet link at DGV was made redundant and recently tionalise and strengthen the integration service deliverables decommissioned. Cycling NSW were instructed on how and expectations; to obtain an inexpensive internet solution suitable for their • The welcomed integration with Mountain Bike Australia needs. This will represent an annual saving of approximately (MTBA), with the financial and membership management $40,000. This high fee was the legacy of pricing options handover commencing in July; available at the time of moving into DGV as a result of the • Significant member engagement and benefits packages lack of internet options at the time. There was no exchange development work with our commercialisation joint venture facility at Bass Hill to support our requirements and we in partners, Grass Roots Group (GRG), that will be progres- fact funded an infrastructure investment. sively rolled out over the 2011 – 2012 year. Human Resources BMXA & MTBA integration The administrative team at CA remains stable, hardworking During the last twelve months, we have been working and responsive to a continuously evolving environment. I closely with the BMXA Board and their staff on the praise them for the effort, flexibility and patience they have continued working relationship. Many processes have demonstrated over the year as management has worked been rationalised and further developed, particularly in the through the broader issues, some of which are highlighted areas of financial, membership, coaching and officiating above. development support. Management discussions with BMXA are an ongoing process as we endeavour to ensure that the The following changes occurred during the course of the year: integration deliverables are met. Membership – Liz Tonini is on maternity leave and As reported last year, the MTBA integration has now enjoying the life of being a new mum and was replaced occurred with the financial and membership handover as Membership Co-ordinator by Jacquelyn Elter. Jessica commencing from 1 July 2011, six months later than Ashdown, replaced Rebecca Webb as Membership Services indicated last year. MTBA has employed an office Officer. administrator, Una McKay, located at the CA Mascot office and we are engaged in the process of constructing the Sport Development & Coaching – Alexandra Bright has accounting and membership systems. MTBA will continue shifted her focus from coach education to participation and is to use their existing database provider which will require now the National Participation Coordinator. Her replacement the membership staff to be competent with two database as National Coaching and Development Coordinator is Emma platforms. Rickards. To all the staff, thank you for your hard work during the year. information Technology During 2011 there has been a considerable amount of upgrading to the IT infrastructure including the following: perry Tzamouranis General Manager
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 17High PerformanceProgramsCycling Australia has continued logistical issues, coaching structure and succession planning – with the ultimate goal of achieving success atto operate in accord with the High the 2012 and 2016 OlympicsPerformance Strategic Plan, named • Integration and inclusion of BMX as an AIS Scholarship Program, to be formally located at the AIS Pizzy Park on thethe HP Podium Plan (HP-PP), which Gold Coastsets the framework for Australian • Working with the AIS and the ASC to secure and acquit optimum levels of program fundingcycling toward success in London • Human resources management in the HPP at both2012 and Rio 2016. Covering all national and state NTC levels • The management of the total HP budget, which includesareas of high performance, this both government and corporate contributionsdocument is the foundation for • Management of the Team Jayco-AIS continental road team including the procurement of sponsors, logisticsdecisions and strategic direction associated with the travel, equipment and racing programfor all national programs, including and support for the team directors both here and overseasthe national training centres • The logistics, planning and management for the road, track, BMX and junior world championships as well as thenetwork in the State Institute/ 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games and the UCI Track WorldAcademy system. Progress against Cups • Maintaining our European training base in Castronnothe plan is on track and ongoing (Varese) Italy, including accommodation, training facilities,funding from our Principal Partner equipment storage, transport solutions and staff servicesAustralian Sports Commission and performance Highlightsour major sponsor Jayco, will allow • Track World Championship – victory in eight events along with two silver and one bronze medal to finish on top ofthe CA HPP to further develop its the medal table. In the lead up to the worlds Jack Bobridgeplans and operations towards 2016. contested the National Championships where he set a world record for the 4km pursuit. • Road World Championships – a five medal haul of two gold, one silver and two bronze medals to finish second on the medal table. • BMX World Championships – Australia won five medals,The main objectives and tasks of the High Performance two gold, a silver and a bronze in the time trials and oneManagement Team in the leadership of HP Programs over gold medal in the race finals.the past 12 months have been as follows: • Para-cycling – the team excelled in world championship competition this year claiming four gold, two silver and• General HP unit management and direction of the track, two bronze on the track in March and in September on theroad men, road women, BMX, Para-cycling, junior road and road they won three gold and four silver medals. Michaeljunior track HP programs Gallagher also lowered his own world record mark for the• Strategic planning and decision making to develop C5 4km pursuit.optimum environments for athletic success, especially in • Junior Track World Championships – the ‘Baby Cyclones’Olympic Games, disciplines and events came of age in Russia with six gold, two silver and one• Ongoing refinement and remodelling of the HP program bronze medal including a world record for the men’s pursuitstructure, specifically staffing issues, program bases, team.
    • 18 Athletes BMX: With strong support from BMX Australia, through The depth in most of our elite programs is extremely Queensland Government funding and construction, healthy. We are continuing to succeed at both junior and Australian BMX finally has its own Supercross (SX) facility. senior level, a good indication for the future in road, track The Sleeman Sports Complex in Brisbane is home to the and BMX disciplines. imposing 8-metre UCI compliant start ramp that launches riders into a world-class track profile, the equal of any track Staffing currently in use in the world. The Gold Coast based National There have been a number of changes amongst the HP BMX Program, will benefit greatly from access to this facil- management, support staff and coaches. Most notable are: ity in the daily training environment. • Kevin Tabotta has taken on the role of National Perfor- The BMX HPP now operates from the AIS Pizzy Park facility mance Director, vacated by Shayne Bannan after 25 years on the Gold Coast, with access to gym and recovery facilities. of service to CA and the AIS. Shayne stays on in a consul- 2012 AIS BMX athletes will be announced prior to the end of tancy role for European operations in Italy, but his primary the year with scholarships to commence 1 January 2012. focus will be as the General Manager of the GreenEDGE professional cycling team project. Sprint Academy • Paul Brosnan’s role has been re-structured and he is now CA HP will deliver a new layer of support for emerging the General Manager, High Performance, working alongside sprint athletes through the Sprint Academy. Sean Eadie will Kevin Tabotta (NPD) and under the direction of Graham drive this intensive camps based program that will focus Fredericks (CEO). on skills and development to provide the best possible • Sean Eadie has taken on a new role within the HP sprint preparation and pathway for riders aiming to gain selection program to work with the new Sprint Academy. for AIS and World Cup Teams, and ensure the gap between • Matthew Gilmore will commence in a full time capacity juniors and senior elite ranks is bridged. Sean will work with CA in the men’s track endurance area, providing addi- closely with SIS/SAS program coaches to develop this path- tional support to Track Endurance Head Coach Ian McKen- way under the direction of Head Sprint Coach Gary West. zie. This is a dual role and Matthew will also oversee the national junior programs in a Head Coach capacity. • Elsa Lepore leaves the CA HP team after many years of valuable service to work with an exciting new project at The next 12 months could be the GreenEDGE cycling, and her replacement Sarah Blake will commence in November 2011 with our domestic based most important ever faced by the administration and international base management. Cycling Australia high performance • Michelle Decker and Sarah Hayes are new faces in the Adelaide administration department, working across all operation... In 2012 we will make programs. our final preparations for the London • Joshua Sear has moved across from the ASC to CA to Olympic and Paralympic Games take on an office management portfolio and SIS/SAS liaison role – in addition to his role in Talent ID and Development. with the intention of delivering • Paul Sales commenced in March 2011 as the BMX HP As- medal winning outcomes. At the sistant Coach to Wade Bootes, based on the Gold Coast. • Patrick Ryan has started work with CA HP in Adelaide as same time we will witness the a trainee mechanic for both road and track programs. birth of Australia’s first ever elite • Gene Bates completed his AIS Coaching Scholarship role in Adelaide in September 2011, and will now take on the professional men’s and women’s Head Coach position at the Tasmanian Institute of Sport. cycling teams... • Matthew White commenced 1 January 2011 as the Men’s Professional Road Coordinator and DS for the national elite men’s teams. partnerships Facilities Without support from our government, commercial and Velodrome: The SA Government recently provided funding industry partners and sponsors, Cycling Australia would not for CA HPP to complete restoration works on the Adelaide be able to deliver the quality elite programs it is currently Super-Drome. The timber track surface was sanded and operating. Their support is detailed in the CEO’s report other surfaces repainted giving the 20 year old facility a but we would like to add our thanks to them all for their much needed facelift ahead of the important preparation invaluable assistance. We look forward to working with period for our Olympic track program in 2012. them in 2012.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 19Special AcknowledgementsShayne Bannan has dedicated 25 years as a professionalcoach and manager to the sport of cycling, working withboth Cycling Australia and the AIS. Since 2000, Shaynehas been in the most senior position in high performanceoperations, responsible for the changes, structures andinitiatives, which have transformed Australian cycling into aworld class cycling nation. Cycling Australia owes much tohis efforts and we look forward to an ongoing relationshipwith Shayne and his new project as we work together tosteer Australian cycling into the new era of success.Neil Stephens has worked with Australia’s professionalmen’s road group since the late nineties and with hisexpertise and experience, Australia has developed into aconsistent top four ranked nation in elite men’s road. Wehave also won multiple world championship medals underhis direction. Neil has joined the new GreenEDGE cyclingproject to work alongside Shayne Bannan and we wish himall the very best in his new role.Elsa Lepore originally worked with the Australian Para-cycling Program and then moved across to Adelaide in 2005to work across all programs in administration and logistics.Elsa has been a critical resource in CA HPP operations(especially in Europe at our cycling base) and will be sorelymissed.SummaryThe next 12 months could be the most important ever facedby the Cycling Australia high performance operation. As acycling nation we have progressively rebuilt since the 2008Olympics and have delivered some exceptional results acrossall targeted programs. In 2012 we will make our final prepara-tions for the London Olympic and Paralympic Games with theintention of delivering medal winning outcomes. At the sametime we will witness the birth of Australia’s first ever eliteprofessional men’s and women’s cycling teams who will fightit out on the biggest stage, with the biggest teams for vic-tories in the biggest races. It will be an exciting year but onethat will require a level of focus and commitment from staffand athletes higher than ever before – but this is a challengewe look forward to conquering.Kevin TabottaNational Performance Directorpaul BrosnanGeneral Manager, High Performance
    • 20 Para-cycling Program I am pleased to provide the annual report for the Cycling It was fantastic to be able to use the European Training Australia Para-cycling Program. Centre facilities and tap into the equipment and resources available. We appreciate the assistance given by Elsa Management and Administration Lepore, Brian Stephens, James Victor and John Keegan. High Performance Manager, Paul Brosnan I would also like to recognise the initial support and Performance Director & Head Coach, Peter Day contribution of Shayne Bannan and the ongoing support of Development Coordinator & Assistant Coach, Tom Skulander the Cycling Australia staff based in Italy. Handcycle Coordinator, Jenni Banks Assistant Coaches, Paul Martens & Sian Mulholland CA and the Para-cycling program is sincerely grateful to International Classifier, Anouska Edwards Bernard Schreiber and Maylin Chuah of Scody for their World Championships Team Manager, Murray Lydeamore support of the program through the supply of all our Mechanics, Peter Giessauf & John Keegan competition and training clothing. Selectors, Glenn Doney & Darryl Benson We greatly appreciate the Australian Paralympic Para-cycling is integrated with Cycling Australia’s (CA) High Committee, not only for their financial contribution but Performance Programs and works cooperatively with CA’s for their direction and professional support, and thank Coaching and Development department and respective com- the respective state institutes and academies and their missions in relation to Para-cycling development and events. respective coaches for the support of our High Performance Para-cyclists. Our clear objective in 2011 was to secure qualifying points for the London 2012 Paralympic Games. To achieve this Our thanks also go to the state associations, clubs, we contested the track and road world championships, commissaires and volunteers for their contribution to road world cups and Oceania P1 level events. Points were events catering for Para-cyclists. Without their efforts there awarded to the top ten placed in each event and our strat- would be few competition opportunities. egy was to gain maximum points whilst supprting an inter- national competition pathway for developing Para-cyclists. Finally we would like to thank Cycling Australia’s Board of Management, Chief Executive Graham Fredericks, the uCi para-cycling Road World Cup Series High Performance management team and all the staff who CA, in association with the Australian Paralympic Committee, helped us this year with the operations of the Para-cycling achieved a Para-cycling milestone in May when they hosted program. the season opener of the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup Series in Sydney. The successful event ensured a greater number of Australia’s Para-cyclists had the opportunity to peter Day compete and be measured against international standards. Para-cycling Performance Director In late May and early June some of our national team members and development athletes, including two hand cyclists, headed to the AIS European Training Centre in Italy to race and prepare for the Segovia round of the World Cup. Sue Powell claimed the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup Women’s C4 Series title. Acknowledgements Thanks to World Championship Team Manager, Murray Lydeamore whose passion, commitment and dedication is truly appreciated. He is recognised by all as a major contributor to the overall success of the program for both our track and road world championship campaigns. Thanks also to Danielle Gillis who has provided significant assistance for both Murray and myself in planning and coordination for our athletes.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 21ROAD WORlD CUp SeRieSRider Classification Sydney 4-6 May Segovia 10-12 JuneJayme Paris (NSW) C1 1st ITT / 1st RR 1st ITT / 1st RRSusan Powell (ACT) C4 1st ITT / 1st RR 1st ITT / 1st RRCarol Cooke (VIC) T2 1st ITT / 1st RRBryce Lindores (QLD) & pilot Sean B 4th ITT 1st RRFinning (VIC)Michael Gallagher (VIC) C5 2nd ITT / 2nd RR 3rd ITT / 4th RRNigel Barley (WA) H3 2nd ITT / 3rd RR 7th ITT / 5th RRKieran Modra (SA) & pilot Scott B 5th ITT / 2nd RR 3rd ITTMcPhee (SA)Claire McLean (WA) C5 3rd ITT / 3rd RR 1st ITT / 2nd RR Reclassified duringDavid Nicholas (QLD) 9th ITT / 8th RR (C4) 4th ITT / 9th RR (C3) the seasonStuart Tripp (VIC) H4 7th ITT / 6th RR 7th ITT / 7th RRAndrew Panazzolo (SA) C2 3rd ITT / 4th RRBrandie O’Connor (ACT) & pilot B 5th ITT / 6th RRKerry Knowler (ACT)Craig Parsons (WA) H1 5th ITT / 6th RRMel Leckie (SA) H2 6th ITT / 6th RRRyan Hughes (TAS) C4 7th ITT / 3rd RRMichael Taylor (VIC) H2 9th ITT / 10th RRJarrod Moncur (QLD) H2
    • 22 Marketing and communications 2011 will forever be remembered integrated Technology platform In October we finalised and launched Phase One of our as the year an Australian won the Integrated Technology Platform project. This involved the Tour de France for the first time. transition to a new database platform and CRM to manage membership and online event entry. Cadel Evans galvanised a nation behind him in his quest to claim The implementation came after a lengthy process to determine a future model for the sport that incorporates the holy grail of cycling. Everyone the appropriate technology options available but allows in Australia whether in parliament for growth and development. We have adopted a ‘best of breed’ approach for each step of the project roll out with a or primary school rejoiced when he view to developing and adding on modules to support our crossed the finish line in Paris to strategic objectives. become the first Australian winner Communications of the iconic event. It was an Over the course of the last year we have increased emotion filled moment when our engagement with our fans and members through a variety of channels and reinforced the value of the Cycling Australia anthem rang out on the Champs brand with community, government and corporate partners. Élysées. Email marketing continues to be our key method for communicating with our members and fans. We have been evaluating the processes we use and continue to fine-tune them in a bid to deliver the best service we can. Cadel wasn’t the only Australian cyclist to shine in 2011 as As part of this evaluation we have set up ‘interest specific’ the ‘Cyclones’ stormed podiums in track, road, MTB and mailing lists to allow subscribers to e-Cycle, Cycling BMX across elite, junior, Para-cycling and masters divisions. Australia’s official regular newsletter, to also opt in for From World Championships to World Tour events Aussie additional information and offers. cyclists were in the news. Our subscriber numbers have increased by 36% up from On the domestic front the sport is attracting a new 22,000 to just below 30,000 with unique open rates and generation of young cyclists, developing the talent of our click through rates well above the industry average. existing membership and promoting an active lifestyle from junior ranks to the masters generation. e-Sponsor and e-Coach continue to provide relevant news to those groups and, to coincide with the change over to a ‘we are cycling ….. start to finish’ includes everyone from new CRM platform, we recently launched e-Club to deliver the fan in the grandstand to the champion on the podium important information to states and clubs. and the challenge for Cycling Australia is to, not only provide competition and recreation events for our members, but to Cycling Australia Online & Social Media provide avenues for our growing legion of fans to join our cycling.org.au recorded 1.3 million page views in the team. period from 1 December 2010 to 1 October 2011 with 253 thousand unique visitors to the site . Of that 21 percent To that end our marketing focus continues to reinforce, to (53,000) are regular visitors while 79 percent (200,000) both our members and the wider public, who we are and visited the site for the first time this year. what we do.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 23Our website portfolio also includes teamjaycoais.com with also aired additional major event coverage on SBS Onea loyal fan base of 8,000 online supporters and, since the and Two and online through the Cycling Central website.last AGM, 7 ,500 new visitors. Throughout the year SBS also worked with us to facilitate additional event coverage and feature material.CA continues to refine our use of social media. We operateseveral accounts designed to cater for the varied interests Acknowledgementsof fans and members. Our key twitter account I would like to express my personal thanks to Marketing@CyclingAUS has more than 6,500 engaged followers and & Communications Coordinator, Tom Mackay, who afterour facebook page CyclonesHQ allows fans and supporters 20 months in the role is heading off to explore the world –to let us know what they like and what they’d like to see again – good luck and travel safe.more of. @CyclonesHQ on twitter has been designatedas our event account and is used when the Cyclones are Thanks also to Mark van Aken (Commercial) and Andrewcompeting to keep fans up to date with results and news. Farrell (BMXA) who have worked with us on planning of an integrated marketing model.A series of discipline specific accounts have also been setup to support our commercialisation plans and cater to Amy McCann this year joined CA from Cycling Victoria andspecific areas of interest – e.g. CyclingAusCommunity on has had an immediate and positive impact in her role asboth twitter and facebook Communications & Senior Project Coordinator working across both CA corporate and with the events team.MediaNews stories and features about Australian cycling and our I am also grateful for the support and counsel provided tocyclists are now commonplace online, in newspapers and the marketing operation by CEO Graham Fredericks andmagazines and on radio and television. Public interest in our by my colleagues Paula Barras (HP Sponsorship Manager),sport has been steadily increasing over the past decade but Lyriane Beuzeville (Executive Operations Manager), Michaelthis year marked a breakthrough year as public and media Edgley (Commercial Director), Trudy Lindblade (Generalinterest aligned. Manager – Events) and the High Performance Program team. Finally, on behalf of the marketing and communicationsPublic interest in our sport has team a big thanks to all the members and athletes whose passion for cycling and commitment to excellence inspiresbeen steadily increasing over the us each and every day.past decade but this year marked Conclusiona breakthrough year as public and In 2011 progress has been made to establish amedia interest aligned. more coordinated approach to the marketing and communications portfolio across departments and affiliates with the aim of a presenting a unified brand in the marketplace. The department is playing a major role in CA’s ongoing integration and expansion strategy and inMedia across all platforms are talking about cycling 2012 we will continue to develop and fine tune our strategywhether through coverage of events, features on our profile and processes to benefit all areas of the Cycling Australiaathletes, tips for staying healthy or comment pieces about operation.team selection. If the media want to do a story aboutAustralian cycling or Australian cyclists we are the first point We look forward to another year of growth and success forof contact for comment or coordination. the sport in 2012.Broadcast partnerSBS Television continues to be our valued Official Broadcast Gennie SheerPartner and this year made a major contribution to the Marketing & Communications Managerprofile and success of our sport across all disciplines.In 2011 Cycling Central moved to a Sunday 5pm timeslotand that has resulted in a significant increase in the numberof Australians tuning in to catch up on the latest news andcoverage of both local and international events.As well as the regular Cycling Central timeslot the network
    • 24 Coaching & Development The Cycling Australia Sport • “Cyber Bullying & Social Networking at U15/U17 Road Nationals. Development department continues to increase the number of accred- Coach Education is planning to implement a National Coach PDO Calendar for 2012, targeting all levels of coaches across ited coaches across all disciplines. all disciplines, with a significant increase in opportunities for There is now full integration of coaches. BMX and mountain bike coach level 2 Road & Track Coaching Course education with road and track, The cancellation of a planned Level 2 coaching course in Sydney in June 2011 was very disappointing. Due to the low including the pilot delivery of the number of applicants, a review is being undertaken to assess Beginner BMX Coaching Course the future delivery format of the course. The financial viability of the delivery is also an issue and planning will need to be and administration of Level 1 discussed following further financial analysis. Mountain Bike Coaching Courses. There is now provision of both Commercial partnership with Human Kinetics In mid-2011, Cycling Australia and Human Kinetics formed a generic and discipline-specific partnership to service the sport’s coaches. This is the first of a support to new and existing number of commercial partnerships being established. This linking with Human Kinetics will provide discounts on the coaches across all disciplines. In purchase of and priority access to some excellent cycling addition, there is an increased and coaching resources thus enabling continual coach edu- cation at a discounted price. focus on development through the National Junior Track Series and participation Funding In November 2010, the ASC announced the details of new other new participation initiatives. sport participation funding for national sporting organisa- tions. Cycling received an annual allocation of $350,000 from this funding to increase participation in cycling. The funding will be utilised broadly to deliver outcomes in the area of cycling participation and increased Cycling Aus- personnel tralia / BMX Australia / MTB Australia membership in key As a result of new Australian Sports Commission (ASC) deliverable areas. Currently, Alex Bright, the new National Participation funding, we continue to grow, with Emma Participation Coordinator, is conducting a Participation & De- Rickards (a former professional road cyclist, Director Sportif velopment Audit with all State/Territory Associations within and secondary school teacher), taking over from Alexandra road, track and BMX to finalise the Participation Plan. Bright as the National Coaching & Development Coordinator. Alexandra is now the National Participation Coordinator. Alex CA and BMXA Receive Women in Sport Grant contributed hugely to the Sport Development department and Cycling Australia and BMX Australia have been successful continues to in her new role. in securing funding through the Sport Leadership Grants and Scholarships for Women program. The program, an ini- professional Development Opportunities (pDO) tiative of the Australian Government, managed by the ASC PDO’s delivered at National Championships during the year: in partnership with the Office for Women, provides devel- • “Sprinting into the Future” at Junior Track Nationals; opment opportunities and training to help women to reach • “Track Analysis – Implementing Tactics” at BMX Nationals their leadership potential within the sports industry. This
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 25funding will support both a BMX Coaching Project, which of the standard of cycling coaches and coach education inaims to accredit female Health & Physical Education teachers Australia.as BMX coaches to increase exposure of BMX in schools, anda CA Initiative – Free Wheeling Females Initiative (FWFI). Coaching Award The Jayco 2010 Cyclist of the Year Awards saw the replace-The FWFI aims to increase numbers of female cycling ment of the ‘Coach of the Year’ award with the introductioncoaches and cycling program delivery in the fitness industry of two new awards – ‘Coaching Program of the Year’ (toand schools. recognise the numerous coaches and support staff who have contributed) and the ‘Coaching Award’, awarded to a coachCoach education Audit outside of the HP and SIS/SAS coaching programs. The 2010In line with the participation audit, the department is Award recipients were the Men’s Track Endurance programplanning to conduct a coach education audit to ascertain and Gus Dawson, respectively.the level of coach education activity at club and state level.Also, the coaches’ ‘needs and wants’ will be identified Coaching & Development Onlineto allow for improved servicing of coaches along with There has been significant expansion of the coaching sectionmore effective communication with the Coaching and of the website, with the addition of videos, vodcasts, twitterDevelopment Staff at State/Territory level. favourites and links to online learning opportunities. Also, the Coaching News section has been complimented by theMountain Bike release of the department’s new publication, e-Coach.In mid-2011, we took on the administration, delivery and as-sessment of mountain bike coaching courses. Since June e-Coach2011, Level 1 MTB Coaching Courses have been conducted e-Coach is a technical coaching e-newsletter for Cyclingin Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales with another Australia / BMXA and MTBA accredited coaches. The driv-course to be held in Western Australia early next year. ing force behind this publication is to expand knowledge and opportunities for continuing education to all accreditedBMX coaches. The aim is to keep coaches informed of coachingAn introductory level BMX coaching course is currently in activities, upcoming events and coaching news happeningthe final development phase. The course will be a ‘BMX- around Australia, as well as continuing to update coachesspecific’ adaptation of the current CycleSkill coaching with the latest coaching research and technical develop-course. This course is aimed at people who want to coach ments.children and beginner level adult BMX riders to develop andadvance their riding skills on a BMX track. Summary of Key Department Developments • Full coach education integration of all cycling disciplinesCoaches • New National Coaching & Development Coordinator,241 coaches were either newly accredited or re-accredited in Emma Rickards2010-11. See table below for further breakdown. • Human Kinetics discounts for coaches • Participation and Women in Sport Grants received • 241 newly accredited / re-accredited coaches in 2010-11ACCReDiTeD COACheS • e-Coach published quarterly • Years 1 (Coach Recruitment) and 2 (Accreditation) of the level Accredited Total 2010-12 Coach Pathway three-year plan is now complete. 2010-11 The goals of Year 3 (Full Coach Servicing and maintenance CycleSkill 168 473 of coaches) are still on track to reach targets by end of 2012. Level 1 44 184 Level 2 23 91 Acknowledgements Level 3 6 18 The large increase in the number of coaches, coach servic- ing and the other significant developments throughout the Total 241 766 past 12 months could not have been achieved without the contribution of the presenter/assessor workforce and the staff from CA, BMXA, MTBA and each SSO across road,international Coach education track and BMX. Thank you to everyone who played a role inWe are liaising with the federations of Fiji and Tonga (both the progress made during the past 12 months.road coaching) and Hong Kong (BMX) to facilitate deliveryof coach education with their coaches locally. They haveapproached Cycling Australia and BMX Australia based Brendan Moriartyon the quality of Australian coaches and the results of National Coaching & Development ManagerAustralian riders internationally. This is an excellent reflection
    • 26 Australian Cycling Events Pty Ltd Overview joined together to deliver the inaugural Amy’s Gran Fondo In the 12 months since the conclusion of the 2010 UCI on 18 September 2011 in the name of cycling safety. The Road World Championships, the Australian Cycling Events event, the first on the 2012 UCI World Cycling Tour (UWCT) (ACE) team has been involved in some exciting projects, calendar provided the opportunity for the top 25% of which continue to support Cycling Australia’s strategy of finishers in each category to qualify to ride in Belgium next providing individuals with ‘a good time on the bike’. year in the UWCT Final. While the ACE business is a subsidiary company to Cycling Commencing in Lorne and taking in the Great Ocean Road Australia, to ensure the full integration of ACE into Cycling and the Colac Otway region, Amy’s Gran Fondo covered Australia, ACE is referred to as Cycling Australia’s Events 120km in fully closed road conditions, with riders being Department except where required by legislation, finance timed to determine overall, team and age group category or reporting requirements. winners. Staffing Approximately 3,200 participants were involved on the day Trudy Lindblade remained with ACE in the new role of which included Amy’s Great Ocean Ride, a short 14km ride General Manager following her role as Event Operations targeted at the local community and providing them the Manager for the 2010 UCI Road World Championships. opportunity to also experience riding the Great Ocean Road free from vehicles. Karin Jones commenced part time with ACE in March 2011 in the role of Project Manager, her focus on delivering With the promotion of cycling safety a key outcome the Amy’s Gran Fondo and providing support to the team from the event, feedback from all participants has been across other events. overwhelmingly positive and the event was delivered without incident, a testimony to the level of planning and After 11 years at Cycling Victoria, Amy McCann joined both organisation by all stakeholders involved. ACE and Cycling Australia in a 50:50 shared role with the Communications Department and ACE as Communications Interestingly only 25% of registrations were Cycling and Projects Senior Coordinator in early May 2011. Australia members, so in 2012 we encourage all members to experience this great new event on the cycling calendar Paula Ewing also commenced with the ACE team in mid- and support the Amy Gillett Foundation in its mission to July in the role of Event Manager for the 2012 UCI Track create a safer cycling environment for everyone. Cycling World Championships. Mountain Bike Australia 2012 uCi Track Cycling World Championships An agreement was reached with Mountain Bike Australia Planning for the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World for ACE to develop and deliver the communications Championships continues on schedule. The 2012 Track strategy for the 2011/12 National Series consisting of the Worlds is the final qualifying event in the lead up to the Gravity Cup and the All Mountain Cup with the following 2012 London Olympic Games, which will ensure great objectives: interest from athletes, media and spectators. • Improve overall event communications; Tickets for the event went on sale on 17 October 2011 with • Increase event registration and attendances; a “priority purchase” period for Cycling Australia members, • Increase media coverage of MTBA National Series; and which ensured our members had the first opportunity to • Increase profile of current athletes. purchase the best seats in the house. Cadel evans parade Amy’s Gran Fondo The ACE team was excited to be asked to deliver the street The Amy Gillett Foundation, Cycling Australia and ACE, ride component of the Cadel Evans welcome home parade
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 27on 12 August 2011 in Melbourne, Victoria. In the 12 months since theThe team had twelve days to plan and implement the event conclusion of the 2010 UCIto ensure seamless operational delivery with Peter Jones Road World Championships, theSpecial Events, Cadel’s management Signature Sports andthe Victorian State Government. A highlight of the planning Australian Cycling Events (ACE)was the agreement by the State Government to have 20 team has been involved in someyoung riders selected by Cycling Victoria to form “TeamCadel” and ride with him along the street ride route. exciting projects, which continue to support Cycling Australia’sApproximately 30,000 people lined St Kilda Road betweenthe National Gallery and Federation Square to welcome strategy of providing individualsCadel home and celebrate his historic victory in the Tour de with ‘a good time on the bike’.France.The FutureACE and CA Commercial have had initial discussions onpotential event opportunities for CA and ACE to deliver thataligns with CA’s strategy and provides an additional incomestream for ACE. These discussions continue with someexciting prospects ahead.Thank youI would like to thank the small and dedicated AustralianCycling Events team; Karin Jones, Paula Ewing and AmyMcCann for their dedication, enthusiasm and ongoing com-mitment to ensure we delivery world class and safe cyclingevents.The 2010 UCI Road World Championships has was finalistin the Best Sporting Event category of the third annualAustralian Event Awards along with the 2011 Santos TourDown Under and the 2011 Australian Open Tennis. This isan excellent acknowledgement of what was a world classevent for cycling and the State of Victoria.Trudy lindbladeGeneral Manager, Australian Cycling Events
    • 28 Commercial Operations Our vision is that by 2015 Cycling Cycling Australia Tours Launched in early 2011 Cycling Australia Tours undertook Australia will have an active its first activity at the 2011 UCI Road World Championships relationship with more than in Copenhagen, Denmark. All who attended enjoyed the access to the team, coaches and of course the results of 250,000 people via a sophisticated the Australian Cyclones. A major development for Cycling digital media platform, increasing Australia Tours has been securing the exclusive ASO Tour de France license for travel and VIP hospitality for the 2012 and major event program, expanded 2013 events for the Australian marketplace. membership product, expos & 2012 uCi Track Cycling World Championships fan parks, iconic licensed cycling The commercial operations team is supporting Cycling tours, licensed merchandise and Australia’s Events Department by managing partnership programs, corporate hospitality and fan travel packages. deep corporate sponsor/partner relationships. licensed Merchandise partner KooGa has been appointed to supply licensed merchandise to all our cycling disciplines and the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships. The Future I am pleased to provide my first annual report on the activi- We will continue to build on the foundations developed ties of the commercial operations team for the past year. in year one of our program. In 2012 our Member Loyalty Our joint venture with UK based global performance man- Program ‘Cyclones HQ’ will make a significant impact. We agement organisation (Grass Roots) began in October 2010. are hard at work lining up our program partners and building Since then our long-term vision for the future commercial the technology required to operate the program. Our structure of Cycling Australia has been taking shape and business network product is nearing readiness for launch new Cycling Australia assets have been created, developed and we continue to develop new commercial opportunities and delivered. for CA and its affiliates. Broadcast partnership Acknowledgments Cycling Australia is extending our relationship with our I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Cycling Official Broadcast Partner, SBS Television with plans to Australia board and, in particular President Klaus Mueller expand our broadcast footprint to include additional live and CEO Graham Fredericks, who have shown total and delayed coverage of our national championships in future years across all four disciplines (road, track, BMX & mountain bike). Cycling Australia is extending The expanded relationship with SBS also allows for a coordinated structure for corporate partners to jointly our relationship with our Official leverage both Cycling Australia and SBS assets. Broadcast Partner, SBS Television with plans to expand our broadcast Bike & lifestyle Show In July (Sydney) and September (Brisbane) Cycling Australia footprint to include additional in partnership with SBS launched the Bike & Lifestyle live and delayed coverage of our Show. More than 7 ,500 people and 60 exhibitors attended our shows. Our goal is to develop these events into the national championships in future most significant consumer bike expo in Australia. We now years across all four disciplines have a solid foundation on which our program can grow and develop in 2012 and beyond (road, track, BMX & mountain bike).
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 29commitment to the establishment of Cycling Australia’scommercial operations in partnership with Grass Roots.Thanks also go out to the Chair of the Cycling AustraliaGrass Roots Governance Committee Lindsay Cane, whosesupport and leadership has been invaluable.Thanks to the support of the Grass Roots Group board inthe UK, in particular Helen O’Byrne and the Chairman DavidEvans who are behind us all the way.To our key foundation partners who have thrown theirsupport behind our commercial vision and strategy inparticular Ken Shipp and Richard Finlayson at SBS, AndrewCoplestone at General Travel Group/Event Travel Office andChris Wright and his team at Velosophy.A very big thankyou to my team that includes, StephenHarris (Commercial Manager), Emma Wilson (ProjectManager Expo, Tours & Merchandise) and Mark van Aken(Stakeholder Communications). Thanks also to Matt Seadonand his team (Grass Roots Australia) and Xavier Coq and histeam (Grass Roots France). We have achieved a lot in onlytwelve months and it is due in no small part to the talentand work ethic of these people.A special thanks to key Cycling Australia staff in KevinTabotta (National Performance Director), Trudy Lindblade(Events General Manager), Gennie Sheer (Marketing &Communications Manager), Paula Barras (High PerformanceSponsorship Manager) and Lyriane Beuzeville (ExecutiveOperations Manager) whose support and advocacy for ourprogram has been a constant source of motivation for ourteam.I look forward to 2012 with much optimism and energy.Go Cyclones!Michael edgleyCommercial Director
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 31PART 2COMMISSION REPORTS
    • 32 Road Commission The Road Commission (RC) has management of several key events during the year. The UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup, Oceania Road Championships met four times during this reporting and the Junior Road National Championships were all period and has deliberated on directly managed and promoted by Cycling Australia through Australian Cycling Events (ACE), essentially using matters mentioned below. our existing resources. The experience and expertise of the event staff within CA and the expanded ACE office under General Manager Trudy Lindblade now provide a significant event management capacity for the sport in this country. Cadel’s Tour welcome in Federation Square was one such Major events Held event. All Road National Championships for 2011 have been run and won, with an increase in participation in most catego- Work for the Coming Year ries. The Oceania Road Championships was held in conjunc- A 3-5 year strategic plan is being drafted for the NRS. Hav- tion with the Oceania MTB Championships in Shepparton in ing this overall strategy in place will provide riders, teams March. For the first time Cycling Australia hosted a round of and potential sponsors of the series a clear framework and the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup. The event was held in development plan for the future. Sydney at Eastern Creek Raceway and Sydney Olympic Park with a total of 147 riders from 18 countries taking part. To ensure consistency and professionalism in NRS and championship events the Commission will also publish an Significant Results & Activities NRS Guide with minimum criteria for managing, promoting Australian road cycling in general received a huge boost and participating in NRS events. This will reflect feedback when Cadel Evans became the first Australia to win the from teams and organisers and reference the risk manage- Tour de France, both events confirming that Australian road ment framework in final development by CA. We plan to cycling provides the very best pathway and environment have the Guide in place for the 2012 NRS. for road cyclists. Road cycling has experienced growth in all areas during 2011. The Mars Cycling Australia Road Acknowledgements and Thanks National Championships in Ballarat had over 700 entries The Commission would like to acknowledge the enormous (16% increase on 2010) and numbers in National Road Se- contributions of Graham Brown, who retires this year from ries events also increased. The RC believes its decision to the Commission having been a member since its inception. adopt team only racing in the NRS has been very positively Graham has decided to concentrate more on family and received and has provided a strong impetus to the develop- retired life. Thanks to Graham for offering his experience ment of the series. and insight over the years. The Road Commission recently commissioned a review of Road National Championships course options in the Buninyong area. The review is part of our ongoing efforts to Matt Bazzano a) ensure the event continues to provide the highest Graham Brown standards of competition, John Craven b) responds to the needs of our members, riders and John Fox coaches and Dave Sanders c) evolves as appropriate to cater to a variety of Rik Fulcher (co-opted) demands from participants. The Road Commission’s Michael Hands (co-opted) recommendations, along with the report compiled by the Donna Rae-Szalinski (co-opted) review team, will be submitted to the Board and event partners (Caribou Publications and the City of Ballarat) for Stephen Hodge Sean Muir action. No changes are anticipated before the 2013 event. Commission Chair Commission Coordinator To continue its national role in supporting all aspects of road cycling in this country, Cycling Australia undertook the
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 33Coaching CommissionThe Coaching Commission is Alexandra Bright for her work as Coordinator and wishes her luck in her new role.pleased to report on activities in thefield of coaching for 2011. Aims Over the coming 12 months, the Coaching Commission plans to take the lead on the provision of improved levels of servicing to coaches, through professional development opportunities and increased information dissemination to coaches on the ground.Summary OverviewThe Coaching Commission has been working on a number Acknowledgement and Thanksof recommended projects aimed at advancing the level of Cycling Australia would like to thank the members of thetraining and racing at junior level through research, industry Coaching Commission for their significant contribution overinput, and coach and rider feedback. the past 12 months:In addition, the Commission has streamlined coach fund-ing and created a new coaching award to ensure coachesacross the spectrum, from grassroots to high performance, John Armstrongare recognised for their achievements. Ben Cook Glenn DoneyResults Brendan Moriarty2011 proved to be another very successful year for cycling, Donna Rae-Szalinskionce again highlighting not just the quality of Australian Neil Rosscyclists across all disciplines but the high standard of Kevin TabottaAustralian coaches and support staff. Mark Fulcher emma RickardsInspiringly, junior road results at the recent World Champi- Commission Chair Commission Coordinatoronships and Commonwealth Youth Games were outstand-ing. Australia is now becoming a superpower of globalcycling across all age groups and the development coachesare often the unsung heroes of the sport. Through their pas-sion, commitment and love of the sport of cycling, they areprogressing the development pathway to provide the Worldand Olympic champions of the future.Congratulations to all coaches for the results achieved in 2011.FundingThe first allocation of Australian Sports Commission‘Satellite Coach Funding’ under the revised system for thedistribution of funding was awarded in July to coaches whounderpin the SIS/SAS cycling programs. These coachesare integral to the State and Territory programs, continu-ously feeding athletes into the SIS/SAS high performancepathway. This new system has proved extremely successfulin streamlining the funding process.personnelEmma Rickards has taken on the role of Secretariat to theCoaching Commission. The Commission would like to thank
    • 34 Athletes’ Commission 2011 once again has been a wonderfully successful year across all disciplines of our sport from the Track, Mountain Bike, Road, BMX and Para-cycling. Furthermore in events week in/week out across the world in all disciplines, Australian riders are at the forefront. In short our future looks extremely bright moving towards London 2012. The victory by Cadel Evans in the Tour de France was extraor- dinary and there’s no doubt it has taken Australian cycling mainstream. The members of the Athletes’ Commission continue to work within their particular disciplines to keep abreast of any is- sues the athlete’s may have. This work is much appreciated by the Chair in helping the Commission to conducts its role. The Chair continues to use his appointment on the board of Cycling Australia to directly look after the interests of the athletes amongst the ongoing management of our sport. The Commission has an athlete targeted focus which is the vital lifeline between athlete’s and management. As always athlete representation is the key aspect of the Commission. The athlete’s voice is vital in Australian cycling’s continued development and the members of the Commis- sion will endeavour to liaise with their particular disciplines to bring concerns and suggestions back to the Chairman for further attention. The Commission continues to look out for the ongoing interests of the athletes in areas such as selec- tion, safety and future development. The dedicated Commission e-mail address, athletes.info@ perren Delacour cycling.org.au continues to be the main avenue for contact- Olivia Gollan ing the CA Athletes Commission and a dedicated page on Chris Scott OAM the CA website provides further information and contact luke Madill possibilities. Stephen Wooldridge OAM Commission Chair
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 35Masters CommissionI am pleased to report that 2011 has as a demonstration event, was very popular. Cycling NSW will host the 2012 Championships from 23-26 February. Atseen some exciting developments the 2011 UCI Masters Track World Championships in Man-for masters cyclists in Australia. chester England Australian riders claimed 8 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze medals. Road Thanks to Cycling Victoria and the City of Ballarat for their excellent work on the Cycling Australia Masters RoaduCi World Cycling Tour National Championships. Goulburn in NSW will host theIn 2011 the UCI launched an initiative to provide a genuine 2012 AMRC from 3-6 October. We expect Goulburn to be aroad world championships for masters age cyclists called challenging and well patronised championship.the UCI World Cycling Tour or WCT; To qualify for the WCTFinal riders have the choice of participating in one of the up The Board of Cycling Australia this year approved a trialto 15 major events staged around the world. At the WCT initiative to enable AVCC members to compete on an equalFinal world champions will be crowned in each five year age footing with our CA masters in championship conditions. Incategory for both time trial and road race. In 2011 Australia addition, CA and AVCC have agreed in principle to informhosted two qualifiers. each other about doping and serious code of conduct breaches by their respective members. Both initiativesIn April, Perth hosted the inaugural WCT event providing showing an improving relationship between the Federa-the most picturesque time trial course (Rottnest Island) and tions.an incredibly challenging road race course on closed roadsaround the city of Perth and the beautiful Kings Park. With Many thanks go to the commission members. Thanks alsobeautiful weather and encouraging crowds the event is a to Rob Ingall and Joanne Cameron for their support fromgreat addition to the Australian masters cycle racing scene. within the CA office.Over 40 Australian masters cyclists attended the UCI WCT The Masters Commission for 2012 will continue to developFinal in the Ardennes, Belgium in September; doubling the opportunities for serious and recreational masters cyclists,numbers that have traditionally attended the former UCI further invigorate the Track National Championships pro-Masters Road World Championships. All qualifiers were gram and search for better methods of communicating withoffered, and majority accepted, the opportunity to purchase masters cyclists about their participation opportunities.Australian racing kit; proud to wear the green and gold inBelgium. Pleasingly, the Aussies won 6 medals (RR: 1 gold,3 bronze & TT: 1 silver, 1 bronze) finishing 7th on the medaltable. Mike O’Reilly liz RandallIn September, Amy’s Gran Fondo was Australia’s second Jim TaylorWCT event in 2011, albeit part of 2012 WCT with the first Billy Wright25% in each age category qualifying for the 2012 WCT Final peter Barnard (co-opted)to be held in South Africa in October 2012. Over 2500 ridersenjoyed a closed 120km circuit that included the amazing Justin McMullen Rob ingallGreat Ocean Road from picturesque Lorne on Victoria’s Commission Chair Commission Coordinatorsouthern coast. A joint promotion by the Amy Gillett Foun-dation and Cycling Australia, Amy’s Gran Fondo was a fineexample of a wonderful event for serious masters racersand strong recreational masters cyclists alike.TrackSydney hosted the Cycling Australia Masters Track NationalChampionships in March; the inclusion of the Teams Pursuit
    • 36 Track Commission 2010-2011 has been a momentous ships for the preparation of our athletes for the world stage. • 2011 Track World Championships. Once again our track year for track cycling with results cyclists were the leading nation at the Track World Champi- that saw Australia retain the position onships held in the Netherlands. • 2011 Junior Track World Championships. Our junior of number one track nation in the team continued their dominance of the track events with a world. But the challenge back home highlight being the world record by the Australian men of 4:02.632 for the 4000 metres Team Pursuit. is to reinvigorate the track discipline to attract new riders, spectators and 2012 World Championships • Melbourne will host the UCI Track World Championships support to ensure we develop the at Hisense Arena between 4-8 April. This is the second time next generation of champions. the elite track worlds have been held in Australia and will provide a great opportunity for our cyclists to finalise their Olympic preparation on “home turf” . • The London Olympic Games will be our major focus for 2012 and we have high expectations for the track events. Major events Work well done • 2010-2011 UCI Track World Cup, Melbourne. The Track I would like to congratulate the athletes, coaches, promot- World Cup was jointly promoted by Cycling Australia and ers, state organisations and all the volunteers for their USM. The Australian team posted impressive results and contribution to the high ranking our track cyclists have gained important qualifying points but the event was not obtained. a financial success. Since Melbourne will host next year’s world titles we will not be hosting a World Cup round for Thanks also to my fellow Commission members for their the 2011-2012 season. continued contribution including Harry Hart who has • 2011 National Championships. The 2011 Cycling Aus- stepped down from the Commissions after being a valuable tralia Track National Championships were held at Sydney’s contributor for the last three years and to Lyriane Beuzeville Dunc Gray Velodrome, the highlight was the amazing ride for her ongoing management of the Commission’s opera- by Jack Bobridge to break the 4000m World Record set in tions. 1996 by Chris Boardman that many thought would not be lowered. Sydney also hosted the 2011 junior and masters track championships. • 2011 Oceania Championships. Adelaide hosted the 2011 phill Bates AM Oceania Championships with good fields and results. Mark Fulcher • National Junior Track Series. This new series is being Murray Hall run over five rounds that will be held in Sydney at Dunc Harry Hart Gray, Melbourne at DISC, Launceston at the Silverdome, Gary Sutton OAM Perth at the Speed Dome and Adelaide at the SuperDrome. The carnivals will run between October 2011 and Janu- Rob Bates lyriane Beuzeville ary 2012 with the aim of providing increased competition Commission Chair Commission Coordinator opportunities for junior cyclists, to help them make the transition to elite racing and to ensure the long-term future of track cycling. Race Results • 2011 Oceania Championships. Australia won the majority of medals and earned plenty of UCI points in the elite divi- sions. Australia’s wins in the Team Pursuit events over the highly ranked Kiwis indicated the value of these Champion-
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 37Technical CommissionTechnical saires either in December 2011 or early in 2012.The CA Technical Regulations were reviewed and a numberof changes approved by the CA Board early in the year. The A timing forum was held in the CA Sydney office during2011 edition of the CA Technical Regulations was published July and was attended by event timing specialists andon our webpage and we mailed a bound copy to all current officials from each state, as well as representatives fromactive National Commissaires. Greg Griffiths has spent con- IMG, MTBA and BMX with expertise in the timing ofsiderable time further reviewing the regulations and putting cycling events. Discussions revolved around current usagetogether recommendations for future amendments. These of timing equipment and as the majority of states wereproposed updates will be submitted to the CA Board for using Times 7 equipment we reviewed their performanceapproval by the end of this year. and accuracy. Advances have been made in Victoria with the use of other timing equipment and we have utilised theThe CA Technical Commission will be recommending that services of specialist timers at the Masters Road Nationalall future participants at Junior Road National Champion- Championships and the Junior Mountain Climb Champion-ships have a gear combination that has a highest gear ships with excellent reliability and instant results. Com-which delivers a roll out within their age limit. It is thought bined with the Finishlynx camera technology we are aimingthat the “blocking off” of gears is not an acceptable for improvements in the accuracy of timing and judgingpractice at a National Championship as it can be easily of races as well as producing results quickly for podiumtampered with on course. It is understood the Coaching presentations.Commission is preparing a proposal for a change in roll outdistance so we will work together with this plan. We are planning to conduct a national level 3 commissaire training workshop in October 2012. We are also work-Training & development of officials ing with state associations to support their training andThe CA Technical Commission held skills training work- development of promising officials at Club and State levelshops in Ballarat during the 2011 Road National Champi- acreditation.onships. A motorcycle commissaire training workshopwas held on the rest day and was attended by 15 personsincluding several motorcycle marshalls and pilots. Thisworkshop was well received and provided a good platform Greg Griffithsto identify individuals to progress their training in this spe- Garry Housecilist officiating role. Karen O’Callaghan Mike Victor OAM (co-opted)A Race Secretary workshop was also held during thechampionships and was attended by nine officials who peter Tomlinson Rob ingallreceived valuable training in this skilled role and the use of Commission Chair Commission Coordinatorthe software program used for communiques.During the U19 Road National Championships we helda training workshop on the organisation and control of aroad race convoy which was attended by 20 officials andvolunteers.We have recently received confirmation from the UCI thata new level of accreditation has been approved. Whatwas previously known as the UCI National Commissaireaccreditation has not been valid for several years. The newaccreditation will be known as ‘Elite National Commissaire’and it will be a prerequisite qualification for progression tothe UCI International Commissaire accreditation. We areplanning to conduct an elite national commissaire trainingprogram for approximiately 15 of our National Commis-
    • 38 Para-cycling Commission Para-cycling High Performance One of the highlights was the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup hosted by Cycling Australia in cooperation with the Program Manager, Peter Day, Australian Paralympic Committee (APC); all involved are to has detailed the significant be congratulated on a great job in hosting this inaugural event for Australia. achievements of the athletes in that program separately The Commission has considered a number of issues going forward including a grants database, provision of informa- and the achievements will not tion to State Development Officers in relation to a first repeated in this report. However point of contact process and the exploration of a relation- ship with the Australian Defence Force through the APC. the opportunity will be taken to congratulate the Para-cycling HPP A cycling classification day was held in August by the APC in conjunction with Cycling NSW at the Dunc Gray Velo- management and administration drome. This a great initiative and one that the Commission teams on their achievements in would continue to support and work together with other supporting the athletes and it is to states to provide similar opportunities to build a pathway into the sport. their credit that the preparations for London are on track. The Commission received a report from the CA Participa- tion Coordinator for consideration as it relates to Para-cy- cling and feedback is to be provided to assist the process. There has also been an expressed need to look at the operation of the Commission and the positions to be filled. peter Day lindy Hou OAM Chris Nunn Chris Scott OAM Tom Skulander Geoff Rynne Rob leggett Commission Chair Commission Coordinator
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 39PART 3AFFILIATE REPORTS
    • 40 Cycling ACT Extensive reviews have been cost. The calendar detailed major national and international events as well as our local racing. undertaken this year to provide a sound platform for future The three major events which underpin the ACT race calen- dar – the Canberra Tour, Tour de Femme and the DBR Junior development. Our Strategic and Women’s Tour – all featured strong fields with interstate Plan has been developed, along and overseas riders. with current reviews of the ACT riders have once again been prominent at National Constitution, By Laws and the and international level, spearheaded by Para-cyclist Sue Powell winning rainbow jerseys on both track and road. Technical Regulations. Emerging riders Nathan Haas, Allison Rice and Amelia Crane have produced extraordinary performances this year, foreshadowing their very significant potential. As we move to full implementation of the Strategic Plan, The 2011 committee comprises: President: Jim Veal; Vice and current reviews are completed, our 2012 endeavours President: Adrian Marshall; Treasurer: Peter Gough; Sec- will focus on: retary: Vanessa Essam; General Members: Mark Phelan, Simon Claringbold, Michael Aisbitt, Tim Ward, David Kallir- • Junior Development Pathway support program Preece, Marcel Lovelock, Megan McAuliffe and Administra- implementation tive Officer Lexie Webster. • Formation of a ‘New Velodrome Working Group’ • Train more coaches and support advancement Membership growth has been progressing steady, with • Train more commissaires novice programs for women and juniors bringing new riders to our sport. We are indeed fortunate to have a dedicated band of volunteers who support our sport at club, state and higher A major initiative has led to the production of our Junior levels. The achievements are also attributable to the skill Development Pathway. The process of consultation involved and dedication of our Administrative Officer, Lexie Webster many meetings of ACT cycling coaches to define a practical who is the primary coordinator of our activities. I wish and achievable set of steps to guide juniors from novice to to personally express my gratitude to all in our cycling national levels. It is designed to support junior riders at club community for their passion and commitment to our sport. and ACT regardless of their rate of progression. Further, the pathway dovetails with the NTC Scholarship Selection Guidelines. Jim Veal One consequence of the pathway development process President, Cycling ACT was to highlight the need to train more coaches and to promote opportunities for them to enhance their skills and professional learning. As an initial step, agreement has been reached to form ‘Coaching Panels’ to provide mentoring and mutual support as an initial step. Both our major clubs now have in place programs for both novice and junior development with a focus on skills and understanding of racing, catering for a wide range of age levels. In the latter part of last year, we compiled an ACT Cycling calendar which was published and sold on a cost recovery basis. The purchase of photographs featuring ACT riders on the track and road formed a major part of the production
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 41CyclingNorthern Territory2011 has been a challenging year Membership numbers were down. The trend tends to towards recreational cycling rather than organisedfor Cycling NT. With no staff, the competitive events. The Darwin Cycling Club conductedpressure on volunteer good will a one day recreational ride to Mandorah with over 240 registrations. Their organised club races struggle to attractcontinue to mount. It is difficult to even 10 entrants. Road closures and permits to conductmaintain consistency and retain events are becoming increasingly restrictive and expensive. With very small clubs this is pricing weekly road racing outknowledge with many members of the capacity of clubs.transferring out of the Territory. We NT Road and Track Championships were not well supportedwere unable to maintain cycling by Territorians due to the cost and time associated withas part of the Arafura Games due travel. Many elite and masters athletes chose to travel inter-to a limited capacity of Cycling NT state to compete in bigger fields because it is cheaper and the competition was of a higher standard.and the Darwin Cycling Club and ashortage of volunteers. Tim Ellison continued to conduct the camps based NTIS pro- gram and took the opportunities available to him to further develop his Coaching knowledge and experience. I would like to acknowledge the hard work done by to our committee; Stuart McDonell, Judy Buckley, Aaron Hughes, Trevor Owen, Tim Ellison and myself.The absolute highlight of 2011 was the five day junior resi-dential track camp conducted in April at the Alice Springsvelodrome. We were fortunate to have the services of CamMcFarlane from Victoria, coupled with the expertise of our Mandy Hargreaveslocal coaches, Tim Ellison and Bec Thyne. A total of 37 jun- President,iors aged from 9 to 19 years from Alice Springs, Darwin and Cycling Northern TerritoryKatherine participated. The camp culminated in the NT TrackChampionships.Cycling NT has established a Technical Commission. Levelthree Commissaire/Commissaire educator, Trevor Owensupported three members to obtain their level one Commis-saire qualification and two others are currently working ontheir level two.There was no interest or uptake of either the Cycle Skill orLevel One coaching courses offered.The Committee invested a lot of time, energy and enthusi-asm, to develop a Strategic Plan for 2011–2014. The Depart-ment of Sports and Recreation provided the services ofStarwin Management to facilitate and draft the plan.
    • 42 Cycling New South Wales The past year has been an extremely of CNSW Coaching and Development Manager. CNSW con- tinues to partner very closely with NSWIS and have recently demanding but rewarding year for awarded a total of 39 riders scholarships for 2011-12 (13 Cycling New South Wales. Events athletes are new recipients of a scholarship). of significance conducted under From a performance perspective, CNSW athletes continue the auspices of CNSW included to excel at both the national and world levels. Again it is very pleasing to see the younger U19 athletes starting to take the International Criterium Series their position on the world stage with both Jackson Law and in December 2010, all in February/ Caleb Ewen being two stand out athletes at the Junior World Championships. 2011 also saw seven CNSW athletes select- March 2011 and culminating in the ed as members of the Cyclones for the 2011 UCI Road World International Elite and Australian Championships in Copenhagen. The number and quality of U19 Sprint Grand Prix held in the junior riders in NSW continues to grow and demonstrate great potential for future state and national representation. October 2011. These events were conducted alongside an ever During the past few years, CNSW has been pursuing a number of strategic initiatives and with good fortune, 2012 increasing volume of road cycling will see a number of these initiatives successfully launched; events throughout NSW. including a proposal which will shortly be presented to the CA Road Commission in relation to a number of events to be conducted in NSW which we would like to see incorporated into the National Road Series, the further development of the existing Gran Fondo / Cyclo Sportif style events into far great- er opportunities for the integration of racing and the potential Cycling NSW membership has continued its trend of growth to further develop women’s cycling through the support of a with numbers in September peaking at over 7000 (allowing Women’s Race Team. The ongoing challenges of managing for the ebb and flow of the various licence types). Financially, and operating the Dunc Gray Velodrome have not evaporated CNSW is in a sound position with increasing levels of sponsor- and in conjunction with the Bankstown Sports Club the ship for events, continuing funding grants for athlete develop- promotion and utilisation of this great facility are vigorously ment programs and an increasing number of events being pursued at every opportunity as can be evidenced by CNSW well supported by our members. CNSW continues to support again conducting the National Masters Track Championships athletes competing in a variety of international events; includ- in February 2012. ing the support of junior development riders at the Yunca Tour of Southland (NZ), New Caledonie Development Tour and the In conclusion, the Directors of CNSW would like to express ILT Junior Trans-Tasman Challenge (track festival). a sincere thank you to all our volunteers, commissaires and dedicated office staff through which CNSW would not be in In May 2011, the CNSW club delegates re-elected Tony Green such a strong position to continue to deliver quality events and elected Joe Jones to be Directors for two years (May not only to the members of CNSW but to the wider cycling 2011 – May 2013). Tony (also re-elected by the Directors to be public too. President/Chair) and Joe join Jeff Moloney, Peter Melville and Bruce Mills as Directors for the next twelve month period. Kevin Young remains the CEO with a number of new staff Tony Green within the office; namely Andrew Newton and John Davis. In President, Cycling NSW addition to these new appointments, CNSW in conjunction with NSWIS have also appointed Kurt Polock to the position
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 43Cycling QueenslandCycling Queensland membership Association also hosted major events including the National Under 19 Road Championships and associated test races;continues to grow significantly the National Para-cycling Championships and the Oceaniaand the success of our riders in the Para-cycling Championships; and the Toowoomba Cycling Club hosted a National Road Series event.national and international arenas isbeing sustained at all levels and the The Association is working hard to build on the relationships with BMX Queensland, the Queensland MTB communityyear started well with Allan Davis and Bicycle Queensland and is in regular contact with thesewinning the road race at the Delhi groups to ensure relationships are enhanced and joint initia- tives are being considered.Commonwealth Games. Cycling Queensland continues to be well supported by the Queensland Government financially and administratively and we continue to enjoy productive relationships with the Queensland Academy of Sport and their staff. We are alsoHe was supported by Michael Hepburn on the track winning blessed to have Warren McDonald helping the junior devel-bronze and gold in the individual and team pursuits and he opment area of our operations and he is being ably assistedrepeated the dose at the Track World Championships and by former Commonwealth Games Champion Louise Jones.then demonstrated his overall ability in taking a bronze in the Under her guidance, through her club, and generally, theretime trial at the Road World Championships in Copenhagen seems to be a strong increase in the numbers on the trackafter two major mishaps during the event. Ruth Corset also and other clubs are experiencing the same trend.represented at the Delhi Games and rode very well in theroad race and time trial. Cycling Queensland has made submissions to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Bid Committee and if theQueensland juniors continue to shine with David Edwards, Games bid is successful advice has been received that theNick Schultz, Taylah Jennings and Emily Roper represent- Association will continue to be involved with the develop-ing Australia. Edwards won bronze in the road time trial in ment of a new indoor velodrome.Copenhagen; Roper won two silver medals and a bronzeat the Commonwealth Youth Games adding to her gold at Commissaire and coach numbers continue to rise and thethe Junior Track World Championships; and Jennings was volunteers who are so vital to our sport assist in the adminis-extremely successful with two gold and a silver at the same tration and running of events and the sport generally.championships. Taylah’s effort in winning the omnium wasremarkable as she won every race in the event. Board Members: President: Mike Victor OAM; Vice Chairman: GregJulie Barnett in the masters division continues her success Bateson; Members: Robert Craig, John Osborne OAM; In-at World Championships. Zac Deller won three gold and dependent Director: Robert Mancinelli; Treasurer: Wendya silver medal at the Oceania Track Championships. Para- Sanders; Secretary: Geoff Rynnecyclists Bryce Lindores, Jarrod Moncur and David Nicholasrepresented Australia at international events with Nicholsand Lindores winning a number of medals at both WorldChampionships and World Cups. There were also numerousmedals won at national track and road championships by Geoff RynneQueensland riders. CEO, Cycling QueenslandIncreases in staff and some recent changes to personnelhas allowed the office to increase the level of service to ourmembers and the quality of events conducted by CyclingQueensland. A seven race team series has been conductedand has been a feature of the road events this year. The
    • 44 Cycling South Australia Governance Tour Down Under Challenge Tour with 7 ,000 riders and During the year the following people served as Directors of delivered quality TDU associated events including an elite Cycling SA: women’s series. The Cyclo Sportif series continued to grow significantly in terms of competitors, sponsorship and President: Gemma Kernich (resigned June 2011); Graeme membership outcomes. Moffett, (elected President June 2011); Directors: David Martin; Phil Pfriscic; Rob Alvaro (resigned June 2011); My thanks to the Board and staff of Cycling SA, staff of Su Spencer (resigned June 2011 [passed away August Cycling Australia and my interstate counterparts for your 2011]); Tony Mcloughlin (appointed June 2011); Treasurer: warm welcome into my new job at Cycling SA. Ben Bartholomeus (resigned March 2011); Michael Piffl (appointed March 2011) Staff During the year Max Stevens resigned as Executive Officer Gary Simpson and at the AGM the President thanked Mr Stevens for his Executive Officer, excellent contributions to the sport. Cycling South Australia Membership Cycling SA’s membership showed steady growth during the year. Membership of women increased by 43% and is attributed to the very successful Cyclo Sportif events held in and around Adelaide. Masters category is the largest proportion of membership at 36% of total members. Cycling SA has set an annual target of a minimum 7% growth in total membership. Strategic plan The Board is developing a new Strategic Plan to be implemented by 1 January 2012. Features of the new plan will be the development of strategies to attract and retain people to the sport with particular emphasis on women and juniors and the development of infrastructure to grow the sport into the future. Marketing and communications During the year Cycling SA has developed new marketing and communication strategies and tools that have recently been rolled out. A focus has been to achieve an integrated business model to achieve improved efficiencies in communications between the federation and its clubs and Commissions. Major events Cycling SA again held a very successful 12-round elite teams’ series and has planned exciting new initiatives for the forthcoming season. Cycling SA coordinated the
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 45Cycling TasmaniaIt was another turbulent year The Tour of Tasmania, conducted by Caribou, continues to grow as does the major track cycling program held over thewith a couple of changes on the Christmas period. Tasmania conducted its first Amy GillettExecutive combined with the Ride in Hobart early this year with good entries.sudden resignation of our Executive The most significant results achieved this year by StateOfficer in March 2011. Resignations representatives would have to be by riders Richie Porte and Matt Goss being included for their first Tour de France,of Board members Nick Boon and the first riders to be Tasmania based since Michael Wilson,Derris Gillam limited some activities and their performances at the Road World Championships in Copenhagen. Matt came oh so close to winning gold inof the Board throughout the year. the Road Race, but finished second to Brit, Mark CavendishThe filling of the Executive Officer and Richie placed 6th in the Time Trial. Home grown ladsposition has been held in abeyance doing us proud on the international stage.for a time and remains open to Our state representatives also continue to make podiumsthis date. Our main core business at all junior age groups for both track and road national championships. Georgia Baker being selected for the Juniorof track and road events has Track World Championships rates a special mention.continued to grow, particularly our We will continue to work hard as volunteers, to provide op-road season. portunities for all interested persons wishing to be involved in the sport, whether it be as a competitor or an official, volunteer or coach. We struggle to fill some positions at every AGM.Membership remains relatively the same as previous year Thanks to all members of the Board for their dedication andwith a marginal increase overall. many hours of work. Special thanks to Robyn Bailey who has assumed a greater role in the absence of an ExecutiveCycling Tasmania continues to be short of coaches and Officer. And thanks to our coaches, limited numbers ofcommissaires. With the assistance of Cycling Australia, 13 commissaires and all our regular volunteers who withoutcandidates successfully completed a level 1 Commissaire their contributions it simply would not happen.course last November, it is hoped that at least half of thosewill soon undertake a level 2 course. President & member of CT Executive: Noel Pearce; Vice President & member of CT Executive: Justin McMullen;A number of Come and Try days were well attended by host Vice President & Finance Director: Collin Burns; Boardclub Mersey Valley Devonport Cycling Club. members: Phil Dunn & Peter Fraser; Co-opted Board member and riders representative: Ben MatherWe continue to market cycling in all its forms with reason-able success. Quarterly forums are conducted with clubrepresentatives along with the regular Board meetingsbeing held monthly, with the exception of the Christmas Noel pearceperiod. President, Cycling TasmaniaTasmania hosted for the third time this year, a selectionround for Under 19’s. This event continues to attract theelite junior male and female competitors and MVDCC doesan excellent job in selecting challenging road courses intesting all athletes standing for Australian team selectionfor World Championships.
    • 46 Cycling Victoria Governance National Road Championships and Australian Madison Improving governance continues to dominate the Cycling Championships. Cycling Victoria also continued to conduct Victoria Board with ongoing improvements and review of the ‘Challenge Series’ including five recreational events. the key strategies and best practices. The CV Board cur- The expansion of Cyclocross has continued in Victoria rently has 12 members. with five events including an open hosted this year. It is expected that the first State Championships will be held president: Glen pearsall in 2012. Victoria is excited to be hosting the 2012 UCI Track Senior Vice President: Gino Carmelli World Championships in Melbourne in April. Finance Director: David Code Members: Laurie Noonan, Laurie Norris, David Grant, Victoria was fortunate to see our very own Cadel Evans Heather Park, Brad Davies, John Fox, Monique Hanley, rise to the top of the podium at the Tour de France as the Doug Armstrong first Australian to win ‘Le Tour’. Shane Perkins took home the UCI Track World Championship in the Keirin. At the There are also have a number of commissions who work as junior level Victoria saw the emergence on the track of Jack advisory groups to the Cycling Victoria Board, these include: Cummings and Alex Morgan as World Champions in the Road, Track, Membership, Participation and Marketing, Team Pursuit. Technical & Commissaires, Development & Coaching. Acknowledgements Membership Cycling Victoria would like to thank the ongoing support CV continued to see increases in membership with clubs from the tireless volunteers and clubs who drive the sport. demonstrating greater abilities to attract more riders as In addition our key partners: Cycling Australia, Victorian both racer and through recreational membership. Institute of Sport, Vichealth, Sport & Recreation Victoria for their continued support. Sport / Coaching & Development Cycling Victoria continued to host the highly successful Victorian School Cycling Championships. This year saw the expansion of BMX to the calendar and a total of 1800 Glen pearsall participants of the zone finals and championships. President, Cycling Victoria The Development department has taken a key role in developing new strategies and programs to increase women’s participation which will be key to CV in the short and long term. Marketing & Communication CV took a major step this year changing the trading name to Cycling Victoria (previously CycleSport Victoria). This change has created a stronger brand presence in market- place however there is still greater expansion and commu- nication required. Through our key focus on increasing partnerships and commercialisation of our cycling programs Cycling Victoria has engaged with a commercial partner, Sport Connect, to further expand our sponsorship portfolio. Major events and Results Victorian cycling saw the hosting of 92 open events in 2010-11 with highlights including the UCI Track World Cup, Austral Wheelrace, Masters Road Championships, Junior
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 47CyclingWestern AustraliaGiven the previous issues reintroduction of Bike Skills Development Programs rolled out across the statesurrounding the sport in the 2009- • Following recommendations contained within the10 financial year, it has been a very Community of Cycling Report (Brown Report), the leadership role taken by Cycling WA in the establishmentchallenging but equally rewarding of WestCycle, the non-governmental over-arching bodypast 12 months, and good progress designed to represent the different facets of cycling in WA.has been made in stabilising anddeveloping the sport and the Running parallel to all of these operational improvements has been the Governance Review Process, a criticalorganisation over that period. initiative aimed at providing long term stability, leadership and direction of the Federation. This process has included the review of the Western Australian Cycling Federation Constitution, the establishment of a Governance Policy and the development of a 3 Year Strategic Plan for the organisation.Highlights of which have included: In summary, the past 12 months has been very much• The re-establishment of previously suspended DSR focused on securing the stability and sustainability of the funding organisation, the review of governance within the sport,• Healthway coming ‘back on board’ as a partner to several the (re)establishment of important relationships within the programs and events cycling community, improvement in the quality and quantity• An increase in the number of events held compared to of stakeholder communications, the identification of longer the 2009-10 season term strategic issues and the identification of initiatives• Increased media coverage and exposure of the sport, aimed at improving the levels service that we provide to including the partnership with 91.3SportFM our members.• Improvements to the Cycling WA website and e-news, together with the introduction of the Omnium magazine• An increase in total membership, bucking the trend of the past couple of years David Armstrong• An increased interest in corporate sponsorship of the Chairman, Cycling sport in WA Western Australia• The re-establishment of Cycling WA Talent Identification and Development Programs, and subsequent ‘re-connect’ with WAIS• An increase in the number of events held, the planned re-introduction of the Tour de Perth and plans for a teams series in the coming 12 months• The building and re-establishment of many new and old relationships with partners in the cycling community• Increased formal and informal communications between Board, Cycling WA and its member clubs• Good progress being made in securing the financial stability and sustainability of Cycling WA• The partnership with AustCycle that has seen the
    • 48 BMX Australia In this report I hope to cover some completion. In December last year BMXA were involved in bringing Tom Ritzenthaler, the UCI track builder, to Brisbane of the main points that have been at BMXA’s expense to work out where, and if, we could foremost in the sport over the past build a track in the complex. After nearly twelve months the state government committed $4.5 million dollars to build twelve months and touch on some a world class facility. Now this venue is completed with of the initiatives we are working on the opening taking place on 4 June 2011. This will set the platform for better training for our elite and HPP athletes. for the future. BMX Australia is still in pursuit of moving the sport into the Commonwealth Games, which is being driven by Australia. Earlier this year we developed a very professional bid document showcasing the sport and the support received Firstly I would like to thank my fellow board members for from other national BMX Federations. With this document the time they have given over the past twelve months also we have moved this initiative to the next level. After the our valuable staff who have worked so hard, sometimes document’s completion it was forwarded to Mike Hooper, under difficult conditions. Again our General Manager, Nicola CEO of the Commonwealth Games Federation based in Tyre, is doing a brilliant job and the rest of our valued staff London. The feedback thus far is that the bid document is forming a great team. We have recently appointed a new was well received, and at this stage I am still hoping for a Communications Coordinator, Andrew Farrell, who replaces positive outcome. Chris Kenner. I would like to thank Chris for all of his efforts during his time with BMXA and wish Andrew every success BMX Australia had a very successful World Championships in his role. in Copenhagen in July with our elite riders excelling in the new Time Trials Super Finals, picking up four medals. I would like to thank the BMXA Board and staff and also the Melinda McLeod repeated her gold medal time trial effort by Cairns BMX Club for the hard work they undertook at the taking home another gold medal in the finals of the Junior National Championships held in Cairns in April. The event Women’s event. The Challenge team also did us proud was a great success financially and delivery-wise and I must coming in third place in the national team table, bringing not forget to mention the legacy we left Cairns BMX Club - home three World Champions. an improved facility. Hopefully they will have raised enough finances from the parking donations to build a new toilet Following the success of the riders at worlds and the block. Having the Nationals broadcast on SBS is another continued success of our riders in the UCI Supercross World initiative the Board set for itself some two years ago which Cups, leading up to the Olympics our women are sitting top I feel is giving our sport fantastic exposure. Preparations of the world table and our men coming second in the world. for the 2012 National Championships, to be held in Mount We must thank Wade Bootes our National Head Coach for Gambier, are well underway and we are very excited about his great work with the team. developing this key event and making it a fantastic event for both riders and spectators alike. For the 2011 National Sign On Day, the national television Barry Knight advertising was a great success, not only for the purpose President, BMX Australia of getting bums on seats but again this advertising has had a two prong affect in that it was a great tool to raise the profile of the sport in the general public’s mind. We found this year radio was also an important part of our advertising campaign. This was another great product which has come out of the BMXA office team. I had the pleasure of working with the Queensland state government to bring the Chandler Sports Complex to its
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    • 50 Mountain Bike Australia Governance Championships in late 2010, with Australian riders Jason Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) has a Management English and Jess Douglas taking out the Elite titles. While Committee, which includes the Executive plus State and not a UCI recognised mountain biking discipline, 24 hour Rider Discipline Representatives. MTBA does not have a mountain biking is very popular in Australia. Canberra will formal state structure. The Executive, which acts as the again host a World Solo 24 Hour Championships in 2013. MTBA Board, comprises: Russell Baker AM, President; Clinton McAlister, Vice Looking Ahead for 2011 and Beyond. While our National President; Montana Raggett, Secretary, Ross Kroger, Series and National Championships have achieved good Treasurer; Craig Peacock, MTBA Representative on the CA rider numbers and a good level of competition, the financial Board; Paul Aubrey, Public Officer. pressure they place on MTBA cannot be sustained. We have re-modelled the National Series so that it will provide The staff of MTBA are lead by Tony Scott, the MTBA more competition opportunities for the riders who travel Executive Officer. to these events, in the hope that greater numbers will contribute to financial viability of the series. 2012 will be the Membership final National Championships of the current 3-year plan in MTBA Membership continues to grow at just over 10% per Adelaide, and we look forward to taking our highest level annum, with total paid membership at 7,750. Our recently national competition to new venues, to spread the sport launched Trails Access arm, IMBA-AU, has just over 300 around Australia. members. I would like to thank the Management Committee and Staff Development of MTBA for the contributions they have made in the past In early 2011, MTBA received the first development path- year, and especially thank all the volunteers, from Club to ways funding from Cycling Australia and this has allowed us Committee level, who make our sport possible. to provide more staff and support to our existing riders, and the generation which will follow them. This has been most visible in junior development camps held in Australia, and support of some riders overseas. The early identification Russell Baker AM and development of young riders is vital for improved per- President, Mountain Bike Australia formance at the highest levels of world competition. Our clubs conduct many development and training initiatives. Marketing and Communications The MTBA website has been re-developed and was launched in early September. This will present a new way of providing information to our members, and it will continue to be populated over the remainder of 2011. Major events and Achievements Troy Brosnan (Junior Downhill) was the sole Australian Gold Medallist at the 2011 UCI MTB & Trials World Championships in Switzerland. The Australian team of over 30 riders acquitted themselves well, but it was evident that significant performance improvements are needed to meet out long terms aim of gaining maximum starting places for the 2016 Olympic Games. Canberra hosted the 24 Hours of Adrenalin World Solo 24 Hour Mountain Bike
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 51AustCycleAustCycle, the joint venture between • Increased national presence and doubling of the network of service Providers to 23 with coverage including the Austral-Cycling Australia and the Amy Gillett ian Capital Territory, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria,Foundation has made significant South Australia and Western Australia. • Additional funding support for AustCycle to continueprogress towards establishing itself education programs across NSW through the OEH vouchers.as the consistent industry standard The project further extends previous community access to nationally-accredited Teachers to deliver cycle training thatfor teaching bike-handling skills to can cater for a range of different skill levels and group needs,the Australian community in on and develop safer riding behaviours and build skills and cyclingoff-road environments. confidence. In addition, the project will also offer training opportunities for community members to gain AustCycle accreditation to increase the number of qualified and trained Teachers across NSW.This year has seen AustCycle achieve a number of key mile- The national expansion has seen changes to the resourcesstones in expanding the network nationally and developing and operational capacity of AustCycle. Gareth Watkins,the AustCycle brand as the recognised standard in commu- General Manager, has taken over the leadership role and hasnity training and education. been responsible for building the AustCycle business. This has included developing a new business plan to incorporateKey milestones have included: Government funding and to recognise the significant change• Completion of the Office of Environment and Heritages and growth that AustCycle will experience over the next 18(OEH) AustCycle Cycle Proficiency Project which has resulted months nationally as part of these projects.in more than 5000 cyclists, adults and children, increase bike-handling skills and develop safer riding behaviour. AustCycle has also increased its capacity through staff• Implementation of phase one of the Healthy Communi- resources with Allison Maher, Marketing Consultant and Mer-ties Initiative (HCI) across Australia, resulting in training and edith Gray, Education Coordinator, appointed to join Adminis-coordination of AustCycle programs in six Local Government tration Coordinator Rachel Debear. David Lee has continuedAreas (LGAs) involved in the pilot phase. to provide part-time support for sponsorship and fund raising• Achieving national accreditation for the AustCycle Teacher through the Amy Gillett Foundation.Accreditation Program (ATAP) with the National CoachingAccreditation Scheme (NCAS) with the Australian Sports I would personally like to thank the AustCycle Board for theirCommission (ASC). The ATAP course establishes a nationally- support and the AustCycle staff for their enthusiasm, profes-consistent standard for training Teachers (cycle instructors) to sionalism, expertise and willingness to “get the job done” .teach all ages in the community how to ride in on and off-road This has ensured the organisation has continued to growenvironments. through this critical stage of its existence. AustCycle wishes• Development of support resources for AustCycle programs to thank and recognise ongoing support from the Departmentincluding the ATAP Training Manual and Teacher Activity Book of Health and Aging and the NSW Office of Environmentto support accredited Teachers in the delivery of cycle training and Heritage for their continued support of AustCycle andto the community. community access to high quality cycle training. AustCycle• Release of the AustCycle Provider Pack. This comprehensive is committed to see every Australian, learning to cycle beingpack includes essential information for service Providers, tips trained by an accredited AustCycle Teacher so they can safelyon how to market cycle training and a range of marketing and confidently enjoy cycling in any environment.collateral - flyers, posters, forms and templates - to assistproviders in delivering cycling training.• AustCycle has begun its extensive evaluation of trainingprograms delivered to adults nationally. The national network Gareth Watkinsof service providers allows AustCycle to compile data about General Managerthe role education and training plays in starting, restarting andincreasing riding in the community.
    • 52 Amy Gillett Foundation Governance highlighting that commuting cyclists are affected by a The 2010-2011 Financial year represented a year of possible cycling crash/collision almost every time they take significant growth and evolution for the Amy Gillett a journey. Further, the study found that in 87% of incidents Foundation (AGF). Revenue was just short of $1.7m between cyclists and motorists (crashes or near misses), representing 70% growth, while maintaining equity at the driver was at fault usually through lack of awareness of $540k at 30 June 2011 . their impact on the cyclist. This finding has given rise to the increased emphasis on awareness and behavioural aspects In November 2010, the Board of the AGF endorsed an outlined in our Policy Agenda. ambitious 12-month Strategic Plan which focussed on two areas, establishing the AGF as the lead bicycling safety AGF Safety programs organisation in Australia, and leading a 10-month initiative to The “A Metre Matters” safety campaign has now reached galvanise Australia’s bicycling community. over three million Australians and is the central component to a number of council bike safety programs including An important outcome of the Strategic Review was our the Sunshine Coast Council and Mornington Peninsula strengthened position on bicycling safety as illustrated in Shire. The AGF is establishing a toolkit to enable the our revised vision and mission: implementation of ‘A Metre Matters’ by councils and bike/ safety organisations nationally. Mission: safe bicycling in Australia Vision: zero bicycling fatalities The AGF is currently developing a social portal to establish a new major nationwide bicycling safety campaign targeted At the time of submission of this report, the AGF is primarily at young motorists. preparing its 2012-2014 Strategic Plan, which will see the Foundation strengthen its six-layer organisational structure Remembering Amy For a Reason has, since 2007 been , (Patrons, Ambassadors, Board, Management Team, delivered by Mary Safe to over 14,000 school children Advisory Committees, Partners), strengthen membership/ across 235 schools nationally (primarily in South Australia). involvement across all layers, and cement its focus upon The AGF is establishing a pilot program for the national realising safety outcomes. expansion of this program during FY2011-2012. AGF policy Agenda Amy’s Rides, Amy’s Gran Fondo and other events The AGF took a significant step forward in leading the Cycling Australia (CA) continues to support the AGF by policy agenda in relation to bike safety. With the rate of providing insurance for all ride participants. In 2010-2011, increase in serious injury over the past seven years nearly the AGF event calendar was a major component of the double the rate of increase in bicycling participation in AGF’s activities and budget. Major AGF events were held Australia, the AGF recognised that initiatives in the national in Sydney/region (Share the Road Tour: Nov 2010), Adelaide Cycling and Road Safety strategies were not placing (Amy’s Ride: Nov 2010), Geelong (Amy’s Ride: Jan 2011), enough emphasis on ‘safe people’, that is the behavioural Sydney (Parra Pedal for the Amy Gillett Foundation: Feb elements affecting safety outcomes. The AGF is engaging 2011), Canberra (Big Canberra Bike Ride incorporating deeply with State and Federal governments in this area, Amy’s Ride: Mar 2010) and Lorne (Amy’s Gran Fondo: Sep seeking the government to endorse a review of Australian 2011). The AGF was also recognised in a number of events Road Rules with a focus on safety for cyclists. as the Official Charity. Bike Safety Research Scholarship The “A Metre Matters” safety campaign was promoted A 3-year Scholarship with the Monash University Accident throughout all AGF events. Research Centre, funding a ‘naturalistic cycling safety study’ is nearing finalisation. Marilyn Johnson, PhD Amy’s Gran Fondo Graduand published four papers, the most significant Amy’s Gran Fondo, delivered jointly by CA and the AGF
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 53The AGF enjoyed a high-profilepresence throughout manyelements of the 2010 Road Cycling AustCycle faces the challenge to commercialise its operating model to ensure its viability in the absence ofWorld Championships held ongoing Government funding beyond the 3-year DoHAin Melbourne and Geelong. A program (ends 30 June 2013).highlight of the official Gala Dinner Amy Gillett Foundation Cycling Scholarshipwas the speech by Mary Safe, The Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship has entered its sixth year. Joanne Hogan, through her scholarship became theAmy’s mother, inaugural Jayco/AIS Women’s Development Team member. Joanne’s first season overseas was successful, competing with the National Team in the Giro d’Italia and making the ‘long list’ for the 2011 World Championships. The AGF wishes to thank the CA Board, managementrepresented the arrival of the ‘Gran Fondo’ – a competitive and staff plus all their affiliated groups for their continuedmass participation event in Australia. Held on fully closed support of the Amy Gillett Foundation throughout 2010-2011.roads and holding UCI World Tour status, Amy’s GranFondo has helped the AGF connect with all levels of cyclist,and enhanced the Foundation’s reputation for safety andprofessionalism in everything it does. Tracey Gaudry Chief Executive Officer2010 uCi Road World ChampionshipsThe AGF enjoyed a high-profile presence throughout manyelements of the event held in Melbourne and Geelong. Ahighlight of the official Gala Dinner was the speech by MarySafe, Amy’s mother, followed by Chiara Passerini, CadelEvans’ wife who sang Wings to Ride, a tribute song to AmyGillett.The AGF was also the official Charity Partner for the Ridethe Worlds mass participation event on the morning of theElite Men’s Road Race.National Bicycling Community GalvanisationThe galvanisation process, funded predominantly bythe AGF saw all the major bicycling entities across therecreation/advocacy, sport and industry sector cometogether for three workshops to explore operating andstrategic synergies and develop concepts for a collaborativemodel. As at the time of this report, the process hasenabled the establishment of numerous collaborationswithin and between the cycling sectors. In particular theAGF and CA and its affiliated bodies have enjoyed furthercollaboration on numerous fronts, many of which areoutlined in this report.AustCycleAustCycle commenced work realising the “HealthyCommunities Initiative” strategy via the $1m grant fromthe Australian Government Department of Health andAgeing (DoHA) to establish AustCycle as Australia’s majornationally accredited bicycling education and safety trainingprogram. A new General Manager and AdministrativeCoordinator were appointed in September 2010. AustCyclenow has registered providers and teachers in most Statesof Australia, with State Government funding programsutilising AustCycle operating in WA and NSW.
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    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 572011 UCITRACk WORLDCHAMPIONSHIPSAPELDOORN, THE NETHERLANDSTEAM catering, which provided excellent dietary options.Elite Men’s Sprint: Daniel Ellis (ACT); Matthew Glaetzer(SA); Jason Niblett (Vic); Shane Perkins (Vic); Scott EVENT / FACILITIESSunderland (WA) The new indoor board 250m velodrome was world classElite Men’s Endurance: Jack Bobridge (SA); Rohan Dennis and the event schedule ran smoothly.(SA); Luke Durbridge (WA); Michael Freiberg (WA); MichaelHepburn (Qld); Leigh Howard (Vic); Cameron Meyer (WA) STAFFElite Women’s Sprint: Kaarle McCulloch (NSW); Anna Thank you to ‘all’ HP staff on the ground in Apeldoorn andMeares (SA); Emily Rosemond (Qld) in the Adelaide office, the professionalism and efficiency byElite Women’s Endurance: Katherine Bates (NSW); Amy all staff was of high performance expectation and greatlyCure (Tas); Sarah Kent (WA); Josephine Tomic (WA) appreciated – congratulations to all on an excellent team effort.STAFFTeam Manager: Paul Brosnan (SA); PerformanceDirector: Kevin Tabotta (SA); Head Endurance Coach: paul BrosnanIan McKenzie (SA); Head Sprint Coach: Gary West (SA); Team ManagerWomen’s Endurance Coach: Gary Sutton (NSW); AssistantEndurance Coach: Matthew Gilmore (Tas); AssistantSprint Coach: Sean Eadie (NSW); Mechanics: John Keegan(SA) & Mike Winter (SA); Medical Physician: Dr Mark Fisher(SA); Physiotherapists: David Hayes (SA) & Stan Garland(SA); Soigneur: Berthy May (SA); Sports Scientist: NickFlyger (ACT); Biomechanist: Alec Buttfield (SA); MediaDirector: Gennie Sheer (NSW)RESuLTSAustralia had its best ever Track World Championships inApeldoorn claiming 8 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze. With fivegold in the ten Olympic disciplines there is still plenty ofroom for improvement and the team is very motivated tocontinue its momentum toward London 2012.LOGISTICSAthletes and coaching staff flew directly into Amsterdamwith some equipment, while the mechanics drove the re-maining equipment from Italy. Accommodation was within10km of the Apeldoorn velodrome and we shuttled athletesand staff between locations. Hotel rooms were comfort-able. All meals were provided at the hotel with buffet style
    • 58 2011 UCI ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS COPENHAGEN, DENMARk TEAM Team morale was very positive and all staff worked well Elite Men: Jack Bobridge (SA); Simon Clarke (Vic); Baden together to deliver the best environment possible for a Cooke (Vic); Simon Gerrans (Vic); Matthew Goss (Tas); team result. For 2011, the UCI have re-introduced the junior Heinrich Haussler (NSW); Mathew Hayman (ACT); Stuart men’s and women’s divisions into the program – resulting O’Grady (SA); Richie Porte (Tas); Michael Rogers (ACT); in a larger team environment but with many positives for Chris Sutton (NSW) the team. Elite Women: Shara Gillow (Qld); Rochelle Gilmore (NSW); Taryn Heather (Vic); Chloe Hosking (ACT); Jessie Maclean (ACT); Carla Ryan (Qld); Amanda Spratt (NSW); Vicki One of the highlights of the road Whitelaw (ACT) worlds was the silver medal by U23 Men: Rohan Dennis (SA); Luke Durbridge (WA); Michael Hepburn (Qld); Damien Howson (SA); Richard Lang Tasmanian Matthew Goss in the (NSW); Jay McCarthy (Qld); Thomas Palmer (ACT) men’s road race. U19 Men: Alexander Edmondson (SA); David Edwards (Qld); Jackson Law (NSW); Bradley Linfield (WA); Nicholas Schultz (Qld); Calvin Watson (Vic) One of the highlights of the road worlds was the silver U19 Women: Jessica Allen (WA); Jessica Mundy (SA); medal ride by Tasmanian Matthew Goss in the men’s Allison Rice (ACT) road race. A brilliant team performance helped Goss to a position to contest the final group sprint, narrowly missing STAFF the gold. National Performance Director: Kevin Tabotta (SA); Manager: Greg Boorer (ACT); Elite Men’s Director: West Australian, Luke Durbridge converted his 2010 Matthew White (NSW); Women’s Coaches: Martin Barras silver medal from Melbourne in the time trial to gold with & David McPartland; U23 Coach: James Victor (Qld); U19 an emphatic win in the U23 mens event, while Michael Men’s Coaches: Dave Sanders (Vic) & Nick Formosa; U19 Hepburn (Qld) claimed bronze – despite a fall in the closing Women’s Coach: Donna Rae-Szalinski (Vic); Mechanics: kilometres of his ride. Gianni Cafissi; Inaki Etxebarria; John Keegan (SA); Wayne Nichols (NSW); Michael Winter (SA) & Kris Witherington; Chloe Hosking (ACT) gave the Australian women their Soigneurs: Asier Atxa, Daniel Clarke (Vic); David Hayes best result in many years with a 6th place in the road race. (SA) Scott Vercoe (Vic); Toby Watson & Liane Wild (Qld); Impressive performances were also recorded by Jack Doctors: Dr Peter Barnes (SA) & Dr Mark Fisher (SA); Bobridge (SA) to finish 5th and Richie Porte (Tas) for 6th in Chiropractor: Matt Rabin; Sports Science Staff; Eric the men’s elite time trial. Haakonssen (ACT); David Martin (ACT) & Marc Quod (Qld); Media Director: Gennie Sheer (NSW) Juniors Jessica Allen (WA) and David Edwards (Qld) were impressive in the junior ranks with gold to Allen and bronze Australia was represented by 35 athletes at the 2011 Road to Edwards in the time trials. World Championships held in Copenhagen, Denmark. On a relatively flat course for a World Championships, the A top 10 by Damian Howson (SA) in the U23 time trial was Australian team went into the event with high expectations, a notable outcome for a first year U23 athlete. especially given the class of the team in all categories.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 59There was heightened media attention on the team leading staff at the World Championships was second to none.into the worlds this year, with much of it centred on the Compliments are extended to the team staff for excellentdebate around the selection and composition of the men’s performances in their respective areas. Thanks must alsoroad race team. Despite this, the team responded well to go to the administrative staff of the CA High Performancethe pressure to deliver medal winning outcomes across the Programs for all the preparation work done in the lead up togroup – and place Australia as second best nation on the the worlds.medal table for the event.Next year the worlds will be conducted in Limburg, theNetherlands after the Olympic Games and will feature Kevin Tabottathe introduction of a Teams Time Trial event for men’s and National Performance Directorwomen’s professional teams – a welcome addition to theweek of racing. Greg Boorer Team ManagerThe organisation of the event in Copenhagen andparticipation of the Australian team were free from anyissues of concern. The organising committee for the WorldChampionships are to be congratulated for a well-run andwell serviced event.As always, the quality and work rate of our professional
    • 60 JUNIOR TRACk WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS MOSCOW, RUSSIA TEAM world record holders, Russia. This was a re-match of the Men: Jack Cummings (Vic); Alex Edmondson (SA); Caleb 2009 final where Russia came out on top so the Australian Ewan (NSW); Jaron Gardiner (Vic); Jackson Law (NSW); Tim team was extra motivated. In the final both teams were McMillan (NSW); Alex Morgan (Vic); Luke Parker (Vic), Rick neck and neck after 1km, but then the well-drilled Aussies Sanders (Vic) asserted themselves to career away with the gold medal in Women: Georgia Baker (Tas); Taylah Jennings (Qld); Allee an unbelievable new world record time of 4:02.632, taking a Proud (WA); Emily Roper (Qld); Adele Sylvester (Vic) massive 1.8sec off the old record. STAFF The women’s team pursuit team of Georgia Baker, Emily Manager: Rik Fulcher (NSW); Endurance Coaches: Tim Roper and Taylah Jennings were not to be outdone by Decker (SA) & Matt Gilmore (Tas); Sprint Coach: Sean improving on their qualifying ride to take home the gold Eadie (NSW), Mechanics: Pat Ryan (SA) & Mike Winter medal in a time just 0.8sec outside of the world record, held (SA); Sports Science/Chaperone: Katie Slattery (NSW) by last year’s Australian TP team. Considering all three girls are first year juniors this was a great result and time and The Junior Track World Championships were conducted bodes well for the future. in Moscow and overall they can be considered a great success for the Australian team. Once again at the end of Although I do not like singling out individuals, as all the Championships Australia was ranked the number one representing at the World Championships have achieved nation. amazing performances, Taylah Jennings performances were nothing short of outstanding. Taylah was selected as the The worlds campaign to handle over 21 athletes and staff second rider in the women’s team sprint and along with across the endurance and sprint groups was a challenging Adele Sylvester rode superbly to make the final, once again task but with all staff and athletes working well together against the strong Russian team. They rode a great race the process was smooth and well drilled with relatively few and were rewarded with a silver medal. Taylah then had incidents. Any challenges were met head-on and dealt with to switch from sprint to endurance and back up the next efficiently to ensure the riders had the best opportunity day for the women’s team pursuit where they won the to race, develop their qualities and be at their best for the gold medal in a great time. The very next day Taylah had to World Championships. back up for the first day of the Omnium, a gruelling event where more often than not a specialist rider is selected to The junior elite programs are considered an important compete due to the exhausting nature of the event. Taylah feeder system and talent identification for our national elite preceded to totally dominate and destroy her opposition teams. Already a number of the athletes from 2010 have winning all three events on the first day, then the next day been selected into senior teams for various camps, races coming out and repeating her amazing efforts winning the and experiences. final three events to take the gold medal clearly winning by 12 points. To win one event in an Omnium at a World There were many fantastic performances by the young Championship is a great result, to win all six events is a Australian team, but there were a few notable highlights. remarkable achievement and is a worthy World Champion. The men’s team pursuit team of Jack Cummings, Alex Edmondson, Jackson Law and Alex Morgan qualified fastest I would like to thank Cycling Australia for their support and to set-up a gold medal showdown with our arch rivals and contribution to this very successful trip. I also thank Danielle
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 61The Junior Track WorldChampionships were conducted for your dedication, passion and support. The successin Moscow and overall they can and enjoyment of the trip was just as much due to your contribution as from the athletes.be considered a great success forthe Australian team. Once again I congratulate the athletes and their national and state based coaches for the way in which they prepared and presentedat the end of the Championships for the team camps and World Championships. I also thankAustralia was ranked the number and congratulate all the team members’ parents for their support, you should all be very proud.one nation.Gillis and all associated staff at the HPP offices in Adelaide Rik Fulcherand Varese for the enormous workload they put in preparing National Junior Managerfor the trip.To the Australian Commonwealth Games Association, Ithank them for their significant long- term financial supportto the Australian junior team.Congratulations and a huge thank you to entire team staff
    • 62 COMMONWEALTH YOUTH GAMES GORDON, ISLE OF MAN TEAM The ferry trip from Liverpool, England to the Isle of Man will Men: Jack Beckinsale (NSW); Caleb Ewan (NSW); Robert- be long remembered by all for many different reasons. Jon McCarthy (SA); Alex Morgan (Vic) Women: Jessica Allen (WA); Jessica Mundy (SA); Allison The cycling events consisted of a time trial, road race and Rice (ACT); Emily Roper (Qld) criterium, with a teams event for the time trial and road race. STAFF The results achieved by the Australian team at these were Section Manager: Rik Fulcher (NSW); Men’s Coach/ fantastic considering some had not long returned from Mechanic: Tim Decker (SA); Women’s Coach: Donna Rae- Russia from the Junior Track World Championships, and after Szalinski (Vic) some two days of travelling arrived in the Isle of Man just two days before competition. The men were outstanding, The Commonwealth Youth Games were conducted on the winning all three individual gold medals on offer along with Isle of Man and overall they can be considered a fantastic the only two team gold medals, making it a clean sweep experience and another great success for the Australian in every event with five gold medals. Alex Morgan and team. These Games gave the athletes the experience of Jack Beckinsale rode superb on a tricky ITT course to take sharing an international event with six other sports and some the quinella with gold and silver medals, mirroring their 68 Commonwealth nations. They also got to participate Australian Championship results. Great team work by all in fabulous opening and closing ceremonies and had the four male riders ensured Australia once again dominated opportunity to experience a cultural day where they got to the road race and criterium winning gold and bronze in both mingle with the other nations and learn some of the long and events, a result not possible without the great team work by interesting history of the Isle of Man. all four riders. Danielle Gillis was once again our administrator, doing all the The women also performed brilliantly, with very different pre-games preparation and organising. We are extremely preparation. Jess Allen rode a fantastic ITT to take the grateful of all the painstaking hours Danielle contributed silver medal, showing she was well on the way back to her in the lead-up to ensure we had a smooth and successful best, with the best yet to come from her. In the road race Commonwealth Youth Games. Any challenges were met the four women again rode as a team, and Emily Roper, head on by staff and riders and dealt with efficiently to after falling in the first lap and with the help of all her team ensure the riders had the best opportunity to race and be at mates, secured the silver medal with a great finish. The their best for all three events. women really showed their tenacity and commitment in the criterium. Emily Roper could not start due to her This event was well run by the local event management, and injuries from the road race fall, and in shocking weather also very well organised by the Australian Commonwealth conditions, the three young ladies put themselves in medal Games Association (ACGA). The Isle of Man volunteers were winning position being in a lead group of four when disaster always extremely friendly and helpful at all events. struck and both Jess Allen and Jess Mundy fell. Rather than stop and take the safe option with the Road World The accommodation was very comfortable and the food Championships looming, Jess Allen rode brilliantly to try provided was plentiful and covered all dietary needs. and put Jess Mundy back in with a medal winning chance, a credit to them all. Transport, as always, was a major task, particularly for the cycling team, but once again we were assisted by the ACGA I would like to thank Cycling Australia for their support to this and members of the other Australian sporting teams pitched very successful trip. in to help on occasions which were much appreciated.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 63Thank you also to the Australian Commonwealth Games It was a privilege and a pleasure to manage this young teamAssociation, particularly Diane Gallagher and her team and enjoy the experience of a Commonwealth Youth Gamesfor their organising and significant long term financial with them.contribution to the Australian junior team. I also must thankPetria Thomas, the Australian Team General Manager forher leadership, enthusiasm and experience ensuring theAustralian team was well organised and presented at all Rik Fulchertimes. Cycling Section ManagerCongratulations and a huge thank you to the dedication,passion and support of the entire team staff. The successand enjoyment of the trip was just as much from yourcontribution as from the athletes.I congratulate the athletes on not only their results butthe way they presented themselves off the bike. This wascommented on numerous occasions by the Australian TeamHQ staff and other sports related staff and event organisers.
    • 64 UCI MTB & TRIALS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPERY, SWITzERLAND CROSS COuNTRy Switzerland and Champery was an ideal location for the World Elite Men: Chris Jongewaard (SA); Daniel McConnell (Vic); Championships. The courses set were exactly as required Lachlan Norris (Vic); Sid Taberlay (Tas) Elite Women: Katherine for this occasion, fast, technical and uncompromising. O’Shea (Vic) U23 Men: Michael Crosbie (Vic); Trenton Day They represented the direction the UCI and race directors (NSW); Cameron Ivory (NSW); Paul van der Ploeg (Vic) U23 are taking the sport in respect to the technicality and skills Women: Rebecca Henderson (ACT) Junior Men: Christopher required of elite athletes to perform at this level. Aitken (NSW); Jack Haig (Vic); Daniel McDonald (NSW); Alex Meyland (Vic); Billy Sewell (NSW) PERFORMANCE SuMMARy The Australian team finished 10th on the medal count DOWNHILL with one gold medal. The highlight for this year’s World Elite Men: Joshua Button (NSW); Michael Hannah (Qld); Championships was the performance of the defending Sam Hill (WA), Shaun O’Connor (NSW), Rhys Willemse (Qld) Junior DHI World Champion, Troy Brosnan. Troy had a Elite Women: Leonie Picton (Vic) Junior Men: Troy Brosnan tremendous run in the final to reclaim his World Champion’s (SA); Connor Fearon (SA); David McMillan (ACT); Phil Piazza jersey and post the second fastest time on the day. Our XC (ACT); Joseph Vejvoda (NSW); Brandon Yrttiaho (Qld) riders fared well with the junior and U23 men leading the way with solid performances. Our 4X representatives all rode FOuR CROSS well with Jared Graves unlucky not to have claimed another Elite Men: Jared Graves (Qld); Richard Levinson (Qld); medal in the final. The two Bicycle Trials contenders were Graeme Mudd (NSW) proud of their efforts but left knowing they have more to offer at this level of competition. BICyCLE TRIALS Elite Men 20”: Jack Mullaly (Qld) Elite Women: Janine THE FuTuRE Jungfels (Vic) There will always be challenges associated with travel in Europe for a large Australian Team. However, if Australia STAFF is to increase its standing in mountain biking at this level, Manager: John Armstrong (ACT); XCO Coach: Christopher especially in XCO, then a base in Europe needs to be Clarke (ACT); DHI/4X Coach: Jared Rando (ACT); Sports established to reduce the logistical issues and many of the Science: Jason Bartram (ACT); Soigneurs: Anne-Marie associated costs with having a team in Europe. Ludekens (Vic); Yvo Vanherck (BEL); Mechanics: Tim Chadd (Vic); Ian Potter (GB) ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Congratulations and thank you to all the Australian staff and Australia selected 34 athletes to contest this year’s MTB & riders who attended in Champery. Their enthusiasm and Trials World Championships with 32 finally entered and 31 commitment to the task at hand and their willingness to be competing in the finals. Injury ruled out our elite DH female as one was pleasing to witness. competitor in a lead up event and another elite DH male was ruled out injured after an incident in practice prior to finals. Sincere thanks to John Armstrong whose guidance this year There was one appeal for non-selection, which although in his roles as Chairman of Selectors and Team Manager turned down by the selection review panel nevertheless have been invaluable. We look forward to John leading the recommended to include the athlete into the team. team in 2012. Also thank you to our DH coach Jared Rando and Tony Scott, EO of Mountain Bike Australia who has again
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 65provided strong guidance throughout this difficult year. ToTim Ellison, it is hard to express the gratitude and thanksrequired for his assistance in 2011. His support for improvingmountain biking in this country is unheralded.Thank you to the MTB Selection Committee and the MTBACommittee for their contribution towards the team.Chris ClarkeNational Sporting DirectorMountain Bike Australia
    • 66 2011UCI BMX WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS COPENHAGEN, DENMARk TEAM EVENT / FACILITIES Elite Men: Joshua Callan (Vic); Brian Kirkham (SA); Luke The outdoor track in Copenhagen was familiar to the Madill (NSW); Sam Willoughby (SA); Khalen Young (WA) majority of the team, having been a World Cup venue in the Elite Women: Rachel Bracken (Qld); Caroline Buchanan past and being a very similar design to the new Chandler SX (ACT); Lauren Reynolds (WA) track in Brisbane. Inclement weather (wind and showers) Junior Elite Men: Darryn Goodwin (WA); Bodi Turner (Vic) was the greatest challenge for the organisers, although Junior Elite Women: Melinda McLeod (Qld) there were some delays the competition ran relatively smoothly and there was some excellent racing. STAFF Team Manager: Paul Brosnan (SA); Head Coach: Wade INCIDENTS Bootes (Qld); Assistant Coach: Paul Sales (NSW); Sports Luke Madill fell heavily on his knee in the quarterfinals. Physiologist: Dr Mark Osborne (Qld); Soigneur: Davide After thorough icing and strapping, following completion Cappelletto (ITA); Mechanic: Stephan Christensen (DEN) of competition Mark Osborne took Luke to the local hospital in Copenhagen for an x-ray, to ensure there was RESuLTS no serious damage and to ensure he was clear to fly to The National HP team’s professionalism and camp Holland the next day, where he received further treatment / environment throughout their final preparation between rehabilitation by practitioners at the Papendal training centre. the AIS Pizzy Park facility on the Gold Coast and the new Supercross (SX) track at Chandler in Brisbane was Caroline Buchanan crashed in her second moto and excellent. World-class performances by the team at the knocked her knee. She competed in the third moto without Championships in Copenhagen were testament to this, complaint. Several days later Caroline’s knee became winning a total of five medals in Time Trial and SX finals. inflamed and she subsequently received treatment by practitioners at the Papendal training centre in Holland. • Melinda McLeod – Gold x 2 (U19 Women TT/ SX Final) • Darryn Goodwin – Gold (U19 Men TT) STAFF • Caroline Buchanan – Silver (Elite Women TT) Thank you to ‘all’ HP staff both on the ground in • Brian Kirkham – Bronze (Elite Men TT) Copenhagen and in the Adelaide office, the professionalism and efficiency by all staff was of high performance The overall performance of the HP National Team was a expectation and greatly appreciated – congratulations to all significant improvement on last year’s Championships with on an excellent team effort. five Australian’s represented in three of four SX finals, with the exception of our Elite Women. LOGISTICS paul Brosnan Travel to Denmark was well coordinated. Our hotel Team Manager accommodation in Copenhagen was opposite a major shopping centre with various restaurant options, and within a few kilometres of the competition venue, which provided excellent convenience for the team. We also accessed a BMX track through a local club on the outskirts of Copenhagen, within an hour’s drive, for the team’s final practice and preparation.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 67PART 5RECORD OF MERIT
    • 68 JAyCO 2010 AuSTRALIAN CYCLIST OF THE YEAR The Sir Hubert Opperman Medal – 2010 Australian AWARDS Cyclist of the year Cameron Meyer Scody 2010 People’s Choice Cyclist of the year Richie Porte Male Track Cyclist of the Year Female Track Cyclist of the Year Cameron Meyer Anna Meares Male Road Cyclist of the Year Female Road Cyclist of the Year Cadel Evans Rochelle Gilmore Male Mountainbike Cyclist of the Year Female Mountainbike Cyclist of the Year Jared Graves Caroline Buchanan Male BMX Cyclist of the Year Female BMX Cyclist of the Year Sam Willoughby Caroline Buchanan Male para-cyclist of the Year Female para-cyclist of the Year Michael Gallagher OAM Susan Powell Male Masters Cyclist of the Year Female Masters Cyclist of the Year Gavin White Julie Barnett Male Junior Track Cyclist of the Year Male Junior Road Cyclist of the Year Male Junior MTB Cyclist of the Year Matthew Glaetzer Jay McCarthy Troy Brosnan Male Junior BMX Cyclist of the Year Female Junior Track Cyclist of the Year Female Junior Road Cyclist of the Year Matt Dunsworth Amy Cure Amy Cure Female Junior MTB Cyclist of the Year Female Junior BMX Cyclist of the Year Holly Baarspul Melinda McLeod Cycling Australia Coaching Award program of the Year Garry ‘Gus’ Dawson Men’s Track Endurance ACT NSW Northern Territory Volunteer of the Year Volunteer of the Year Volunteer of the Year Nathan Spillane Peter Tomlinson Tim Ellison Queensland South Australian Tasmanian Volunteer of the Year Volunteer of the Year Volunteer of the Year James Cockerill Ian Pedler Raelene Smith Victorian Western Australian BMXA Volunteer of the Year Volunteer of the Year Volunteer of the Year Nathan Fraser John Smith Jason Eecen Story of the Year Keith esson Regional Best Media photograph Anthony Tan Media Award Mark Gunter ProCycling ‘Cadel Evans’ Rob Shaw Launceston Examiner
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 69Office Bearers, Staff& CommissionspATROn Peter Bartels AOBOARD Of MAnAgeMenTPresident Klaus MuellerSenior Vice President Mark FulcherVice President, Finance Rob BatesVice President Stephen HodgeVice President Justin McMullenVice President Geoff RynneDirector Charlie FarrenDirector Tracey GaudryDirector Barry KnightDirector Craig PeacockDirector Stephen Wooldridge OAMSTATe pReSiDenTSAustralian Capital Territory Jim VealNew South Wales Tony GreenNorthern Territory Mandy HargreavesQueensland Mike Victor OAMSouth Australia Gemma Kernich/Graeme MoffettTasmania Noel PearceVictoria Glenn PearsallWestern Australia David ArmstrongADMiniSTRATiOn STAffChief Executive Officer Graham FredericksGeneral Manager Perry TzamouranisExecutive Operations Manager Lyriane BeuzevilleMarketing & Communications Manager Gennie SheerAdministration Manager Joanne CameronNational Coaching & Development Manager Brendan MoriartyRoad Coordinator Sean MuirOfficiating & Masters Coordinator Rob IngallMembership Services Coordinator Jacquelyn ElterCommunications & Senior Project Coordinator Amy McCannParticipation Coordinator Alexander BrightCoaching & Development Coordinator Emma RickardsMarketing & Communications Corodinator Tom MackaySport Development Administrator Rob LeggettAdministration Officers: Sylvia Armstrong, Liz Tonini (to July), Margaret Mills, Jessica Ashdown
    • 70 COMMeRCiAl pROJeCTS Australian Cycling events Staff: General Manager Trudy Lindblade Project Manager Karin Jones Communications & Projects Snr Coordinator Amy McCann Event Manager – 2012 Track Worlds Paula Ewing CA/Grass Roots Joint Venture Staff: Commercial Director Michael Edgley Commercial Manager Stephen Harris Stakeholder Communications Mark van Aken Project Manager Emma Wilson high peRfORMAnCe STAff National Performance Director Kevin Tabotta General Manager, High Performance Paul Brosnan Sport Science & Clinical Services Coordinator Tammie Ebert Para-cycling Performance Director Peter Day National Junior Director Matthew Gilmore Finance & Anti-Doping Manager Sonya Simpson Program Coordinator, High Performance Joshua Sear Senior Administrator Kenny Dudek Administrators Elsa Lepore, Danielle Gillis, Sarah Hayes, Michelle Decker Welfare Coordinator Murray Lydeamore OAM ROAD COMMiSSiOn TRACk COMMiSSiOn Chair Stephen Hodge Chair Rob Bates Member Matt Bazzano Member Phill Bates AM Member Graham Brown Member Mark Fulcher Member John Craven Member Murray Hall Member John Fox Member Harry Hart (until July 2011) Co-opted Member Rik Fulcher Coach Gary Sutton OAM Co-opted Member Michael Hands Coordinator Lyriane Beuzeville Co-opted Member Donna Rae-Szalinski Coach David Sanders Coordinator Sean Muir COAChing COMMiSSiOn TeChniCAl COMMiSSiOn Chair Mark Fulcher Chair Peter Tomlinson Member Kevin Tabotta Member Greg Griffiths Member John Armstrong Member Garry House Member Ben Cook Member Karen O’Callaghan Member Glenn Doney Co-opted Member Mike Victor OAM Member Donna Rae-Szalinski Coordinator Rob Ingall Convenor Brendan Moriarty Coordinator Emma Rickards MASTeRS COMMiSSiOn pARA-CyCling COMMiSSiOn Chair Justin McMullen Chair Geoff Rynne Member Mike O’Reilly Member Lindy Hou OAM Member Liz Randall Member Chris Nunn Member Jim Taylor Member Chris Scott OAM Member Billy Wright Program Manager Peter Day Co-opted Member Peter Barnard Development Officer Tom Skulander Coordinator Rob Ingall Coordinator Rob Leggett
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 71AThleTeS COMMiSSiOn high peRfORMAnCe ADViSORy gROUpChair Stephen Wooldridge OAM Chair Graham Fredericks Perren Delacour Wes Battams Olivia Gollan Phil Borgeaud Luke Madill Paul Brosnan Chris Scott OAM Andrew Collins Kevin Tabotta Secretariat James SelbynATiOnAl COACheSTrack Sprint: Gary West (Head Coach), Sean Eadie (Assistant Coach)Track Endurance: Ian McKenzie (Head Coach), Matthew Gilmore (Assistant Coach)Women’s Track Endurance: Gary Sutton OAM (Head Coach), Neil Ross (Assistant Coach)Men’s Road: Matthew WhiteMen’s U23 Road: James Victor (Head Coach), Gene Bates (Assistant Coach)Women’s Road: Martin Barras (Head Coach), David McPartland (Assistant Coach)BMX: Wade Bootes (Head Coach), Paul Sales (Assistant Coach)Mountain Bike: Chris ClarkeJunior Track: Tim Decker (Endurance Coach), Sean Eadie (Sprint Coach)Junior Road: David Sanders (Men’s Coach), Donna Rae-Szalinski (Women’s Coach)Para-cycling: Peter Day (Head Coach), Tom Skulander (Assistant Coach)nATiOnAl SeleCTORSTrack: Mark Fulcher (elected), Murray Hall (elected), Kevin Tabotta (NPD) and coaches: Gary West & Ian McKenzie; Sean Eadie (U19 sprint), Tim Decker (U19 endurance)Road: Rik Fulcher (elected), Brian Stephens (elected), Kevin Tabotta (NPD) and coaches: Matthew White (men), Martin Barras (women), James Victor (U23), Dave Sanders (U19 men), Donna Rae- Szalinski (U19 women)BMX: John Leary (elected), Abe Schneider (elected), Kevin Tabotta (NPD) and coach Wade BootesMountain Bike: Chairman of Selectors: John Armstrong; XC - Donna Dall (elected), Tim Ellison (elected) and coach Chris Clarke – DH/4X – Jared Rando (elected), Simon French (elected) and coach Chris ClarkePara-cycling: Peter Day (Coach), Glenn Doney (elected), Darryl Benson (elected), Kevin Tabotta (NPD)WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS TeAM MAnAgeRSRoad: Greg BoorerTrack: Paul BrosnanBMX: Paul BrosnanMountain Bike: John ArmstrongJunior Track: Rik FulcherPara-cycling: Murray Lydeamore OAMCommonwealth Youth Games: Rik FulcherAUDiTOR Gordon J FiskhOn DOCTOR Dr Tony MoynhamnATiOnAl TeAM DOCTOR Dr Mark FisherSOliCiTORS Lander & RogersMeDiA AnD COMMUniCATiOnSCOnSUlTAnT Sheer RhetoricBAnk Commonwealth
    • 72 Honour Roll hOnORARy life pReSiDenT Mr V N Gailey AM MBE* life MeMBeRS 1979 Mr V Norm Gailey AM MBE* 1996 Mr Sid Freshwater OAM 1979 Mr Bill Young AM MBE * 1997 Mr Eddie Martin* 1980 Mr Ron O’Donnell OAM * 1998 Mr George Nelson 1981 Mr Dennis ‘Dini’ Ryan * 1999 Mr Ray Godkin OAM 1985 Mr Bill Herley * 2000 Mr Alex Fulcher MBE 1986 Mr Les Dunn OAM * 2002 Mr Jim Nevin OAM 1987 Mr Stan Robins OAM * 2004 Mr Alf Walker 1987 Mr Eric Webster * 2006 Mr Lyle Baird 1992 Mr Bill Long OAM * 2007 Mr Alex Dustan OAM 1994 Mr Charlie Walsh OAM * Deceased MeRiTORiOUS MeDAl Service Division Mrs Helen Baird (SA) Mr John Meagher* (Qld) Mr Lyle Baird (SA) Mr Russell Miller (WA) Mr Shayne Bannan (NT) Mr George Nelson (Vic) Mr Ces J Baxter* (Qld) Mr Jim Nevin OAM (Tas) Mr Howard Bergstrom MBE* (SA) Mr J ‘Tiny’ Nichols* (Vic) Mr Daniel Bessell* (Vic) Mr Ron O’Donnell OAM* (SA) Mrs Joyce Bestwick* (Tas) Mr Mike O’Dwyer* (Vic) Mr Jock Bullen (NSW) Mrs Maureen Robins (NSW) Mr Nelson Burton* (WA) Mr Stan Robins OAM* (Tas) Mr Joe Ciavola* (Vic) Mr Dennis ‘Dini’ Ryan* (Vic) Mr Clarrie Collier* (Vic) Mr Norm Sargent (NSW) Mr Eric Cook (SA) Mr Ed Scalley* (NSW) Mr James W Culley OAM* (Tas) Mr John Scott (NT) Mrs Betty Dakin* (Tas) Mr Richard ‘Richie’ Small* (NSW) Mr Les Dunn OAM* (Vic) Mr Bernard Sweetman* (SA) Mr Alex Dustan OAM (Tas) Mr Anthony ‘Tony’ Teideman* (NSW) Mr Jim Ferguson* (NSW) Mr Mike Victor OAM (Qld) Mr Alex Fulcher MBE (NSW) Mr Alf Walker (Vic) Mr V Norm Gailey AM MBE* (Qld) Mr Bill Young AM MBE* (NSW) Mr Ray Godkin OAM (NSW) * Deceased Mr C J ‘Mick’ Gray* (Vic) Mr Les Hall* (NSW) Mr Bill Herley* (Qld) Mr Sam Hutton* (Tas) Mr Sid Kerr* (Vic) Mr Barry Langley (Vic) Mr Merv McDonald OAM (Qld) Mr Charlie Mannins* (NSW) Mr Eddie Martin* (Vic)
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 73MeRiTORiOUS MeDAlSport DivisionMr Brett Aitken OAM (SA) Mr Darren Harry OAM (WA) Mr Kevin Nichols OAM (NSW)Ms Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW) Mr Michael Hepburn (Qld) Mr John Nicholson (Vic)Mr Greg Ball OAM (Qld) Mr Darryn Hill (WA) Ms Lynnette Nixon OAM (WA)Ms Katherine Bates (NSW) Mr Sam Hill (WA) Mr Stuart O’Grady OAM (SA)Mr Ryan Bayley OAM (WA) Mr Peter Homann OAM (Vic) Ms Sarnya Parker OAM (SA)Mr Anthony Biddle OAM (NSW) Mr Jack Hoobin* (Qld) Mr Sid Patterson* (Vic)Mr Steele Bishop OAM (WA) Ms Lindy Hou OAM (NSW) Mr Shane Perkins (Vic)Mr Jack Bobridge (SA) Mr Leigh Howard (Vic) Mr Daniel Polson OAM (WA)Mr Peter Brooks OAM (NSW) Mr Ashley Hutchinson (Qld) Ms Teresa Poole OAM (WA)Mr Graeme Brown OAM (NSW) Mr Mark Jamieson (Tas) Mr Luke Roberts OAM (SA)Mr Ian Browne OAM (Vic) Mr Gordon Johnson (Vic) Mr Michael Rogers (ACT)Ms Caroline Buchanan (ACT) Mr Shane Kelly OAM (Vic) Mr Christopher Scott OAM (Qld)Ms Sara Carrigan OAM (Qld) Ms Sarah Kent (WA) Ms Kathleen Shannon (NSW)Mr Danny Clark OAM (Tas) Mr Paul Lake OAM (Vic) Mr Billy-Joe Shearsby (Vic)Mr Paul Clohessy OAM (WA) Mr Brett Lancaster OAM (Vic) Mr David Short OAM (NSW)Mr Lionel Cox OAM* (NSW) Mr Mark LeFlohic OAM (WA) Ms Sandra Smith OAM (WA)Mr Robert Crowe (Vic) Ms Lyn Lepore OAM (WA) Mr Robert Spears* (NSW)Mr Jobie Dajka* (SA) Ms Janelle Lindsay OAM (NSW) Mr Kial Stewart OAM (ACT)Mr Peter Dawson OAM (WA) Ms Kaarle McCulloch (NSW) Mr Gary Sutton OAM (NSW)Mr Rohan Dennis (SA) Mr Bradley McGee OAM (NSW) Ms Josephine Tomic (WA)Mr Luke Durbridge (WA) Mr Rodney McGee (NSW) Mr Michael Turtur OAM (SA)Mr Sean Eadie (NSW) Mr Stephen McGlede (NSW) Ms Lucy Tyler-SharmanMr Cadel Evans (Vic) Mr Scott McGrory OAM (Vic) Mr Martin Vinnicombe (NSW)Mr Michael Freiberg (WA) Ms Katie Mactier (Vic) Ms Kathy Watt OAM (Vic)Mr Graeme French (Tas) Mr Anthony Marchant (Vic) Mr Dean Woods OAM (Vic)Ms Kerry Golding OAM (SA) Ms Anna Meares OAM (Qld) Mr Stephen Wooldridge OAM (NSW)Mr Matthew Goss (Tas) Mr Cameron Meyer (WA) * DeceasedMr Jared Graves (Qld) Mr Russell Mockridge* (Vic)Mr E L “Dunc” Gray* (NSW) Mr Kieran Modra OAM (SA)Mr Mathew Gray OAM (WA) Ms Tania Modra OAM (SA)Mr Michael Grenda OAM (Tas) Mr Gary Neiwand (Vic)2010 peRpeTUAl TROphy WinneRSNorm Gailey Trophy VictoriaNational Club Premiership Carnegie Caulfield CC2011 peRpeTUAl TROphy WinneRSSouthcott Cup South AustraliaW.J. “Bill” Young Trophy VictoriaRobina Joy Trophy South AustraliaJ.J “Tiny” Nichols Trophy VictoriaRay Godkin Shield NSWRide of the Series Jack Bobridge (SA)Senior Track Champion of Champions Scott Law (NSW)Junior Track Champion of Champions Taylah Jennings (Qld)Para-cycling Track Champion of Champions Susan Powell (ACT)Ron Webb Trophy Jack Bobridge/Cameron Meyer
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 75PART 6FINANCIAL REPORTSDetailed Statement of Financial Performancefor the year ended 30 June 2011ABN 36 067 389 259
    • 76 Balance Sheet CURRenT ASSeTS 2011 2010 Cash At Bank - Cheque Account 16,600 -53,859 High Performance Program - Cheque Account 619,193 396,264 On Line Business Account 139,684 134,199 High Performance Program - On Line Business Account 419,448 Bank Guarantee - uCI 2010 Road World Championships 232,309 232,309 Business Saver - Insurance Liability 252,970 173,758 Business Guarantee - Coward St 82,000 82,000 Term Deposit - Team Jayco AIS 64,000 34,000 Cash on Hand 570 300 Trade & Other Debtors 1,198,641 1,150,692 Aggregate Deductible - Personal Accident 320,000 300,000 Stock On Hand - At Cost 14,711 9,895 Prepayments 120,716 332,900 GST 55,958 - Total Current Assets $3,536,801 $2,792,458 nOn-CURRenT ASSeTS Investment - Commercilisation 247,500 - Plant, Fixtures & Equipment - At Cost (Note 2) 757,657 682,848 Less Provision for Depreciation -557,742 -433,953 Total non-Current Assets $447,415 $248,895 TOTAl ASSeTS $3,984,216 $3,041,353
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 77CURRenT liABiliTieS 2011 2010Trade Creditors 608,969 47,437Other Creditors 59,954 22,004Aggregate Deductible Personal Accident 320,000 300,000GST - 135,244Income in Advance 318,582 324,689High Performance Program - London 2012 1,778,237 1,224,500Provision - Employees Entitlements (Note 3) 236,440 214,159Superannuation 35,084 23,087PAyG Instalments 3,858 23,718On Line Memberships Received 52,554 -18,572Total Current liabilities $3,413,678 $2,296,266nOn CURRenT liABiliTieSProvision for Long Service Leave 46,841 46,091Total non-Current liabilities $46,841 $46,091TOTAl liABiliTieS $3,460,519 $2,342,357neT ASSeTS $523,697 $698,996RepReSenTeD By:Members Accumulated fundsOpening Retained Funds 698,996 513,559Net Profit for the year -175,299 185,437ClOSing ReTAineD fUnDS $523,697 $698,996
    • 78 Profit & Loss inCOMe: OpeRATiOnS 2011 2010 Membership 1,554,243 1,634,811 Insurance & Licensing Fees 411,618 435,118 Service Fees 141,000 130,030 Sponsorship & Donations 227,700 71,159 Event Rights 182,570 45,000 Australian Sports Commission Grants - General 605,512 819,900 Australian Sports Commission Grant - MTB 250,000 - Australian Sports Commission Grant - Women in Sport - 82,500 Australian Sports Commission Grant - Participation 350,000 - Australian Sports Commission Grant - Sport Development 110,000 110,000 Road & Track Calendar Fees 26,155 69,951 High Performance Program Recovery 100,000 - Bank Interest 32,477 34,310 Miscellaneous 203,143 155,281 TOTAl OpeRATiOnS inCOMe $4,194,418 $3,588,060 inCOMe: high peRfORMAnCe pROgRAMS Carry Forward 921,181 - Australian Sports Commission - High Performance Program Grant 3,821,752 4,875,741 Australian Sports Commission - BMX Program Grant 458,500 - Australian Sports Commission - European Training Centre 100,000 - Australian Institute of Sport Programs 708,688 - Australian Olympic Committee International Competition Grant 115,000 127,500 Australian Commonwealth Games Association Grant 103,122 309,000 Australian Paralympic Committee Grant 1,042,500 692,300 Sponsorship 1,809,535 2,586,543 High Performance Program Levies 255,422 - National Talent Identificaton Program 608,108 331,429 Australian Sports Commission - Special Grant 1,800,000 - TOTAl high peRfORMAnCe pROgRAMS inCOMe $11,743,808 $8,922,513 TOTAl inCOMe $15,938,226 $12,510,573
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 79eXpenSeS: OpeRATiOnS 2011 2010ExecutiveBoard & Council Meetings 51,451 59,045Senior Management 121,841 78,466Committees 16,427 11,983Sub-total executive $189,719 $149,494AdministrationAudit FeesMembership 124,168 122,302Office & General Admin. 307,564 361,678Road World Championships 2010 Hub Costs 84,224 -Insurance 954,452 602,980Information Technology/Services 168,836 167,269Rent & Services 131,141 136,492Staff Costs 1,090,454 1,106,762Relocation - 26,230Australian Cycling Events 24,444 20,199Depreciation 109,630 155,701Sub-total Administration $2,994,913 $2,699,613SportSport Competition 593,836 261,116Sport Development 344,927 280,000Sub-total Sport $938,763 $541,116Marketing & CommunicationsManagement 99,000 80,700Media 26,496 0Marketing & Promotion 37,557 41,911Awards 84,292 99,989Sub-total Marketing & Communications $247,345 $222,600TOTAl OpeRATiOnS $4,370,740 $ 3,612,823eXpenSeS: high peRfORMAnCe pROgRAMSAdministration & Salaries 3,072,120 1,996,660Depreciation 14,159 21,379Carried forward 2009-2010 921,381 1,043,526Carried forward 2010-2011 834,917 0Programs 5,488,252 4,683,051National Training Centres 516,241 622,564National Talent Identification Program 895,715 345,133TOTAl high peRfORMAnCe pROgRAMS $11,742,785 $8,712,313TOTAl eXpenSeS $16,113,525 $12,325,136neT pROfiT fOR The yeAR -$175,299 $185,437
    • 80 Management Board Report Management Board significant environmental regulation under The names of the office bearers in office at any time during law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory. or since the end of the year are: Klaus Mueller, President, indemnifying Officer or Auditor Mark Fulcher, Vice President No indemnities have been given or agreed to be given or Justin McMullen, Vice President insurance premiums paid or agreed to be paid, during or Robert Bates, Vice President since the end of the financial year, to any person who is or Stephen Hodge, Vice President has been an officer or auditor of the Association. Geoff Rynne, Vic President Caroline Farran, Director proceedings on Behalf of Association Stephen Wooldridge OAM, Director No person has applied for leave of Court to bring proceedings Barry Knight, Director on behalf of the Association or intervene in any proceedings Craig Peacock, Director to which the Association is a party for the purpose of taking Tracey Gaudry, Director responsibility on behalf of the Association for all or any part of those proceedings. The Association was not a party to any Operating Result such proceedings during the year. The profit of the association for the financial year end to: 30 June 2011 30 June 2010 Signed in accordance with the resolution of the office bearers Loss $ -175,299 Profit $185,473 principal Activities Dated: 26 October 2011 The principal activities of the company during the course of the year were the promotion and administration of the sport of cycling. Significant Changes in the State of Affairs The association has engaged in a joint venture with an exter- Klaus Mueller, President nal party for the purposes of developing commercialisation opportunities. After Balance Date events No matters or circumstances have arisen since the end Robert Bates, Vice President of the financial year which significantly affected or may significantly affect the operations of the Association, the The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements. results of those operations, or the state of affairs of the Association in subsequent financial years. Future Developments The Association expects to maintain the present status and level of operations and hence there are no likely developments in the operations in future financial years. environmental issues The Associations operations are not regulated by any
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 81Accompanying Notesnote 1: Summary of (d) provisions Provisions are recognised when the association has a legalSignificant Accounting Policies or constructive obligation, as a result of past events, for which it is probable that an outflow of economic benefits will result and that outflow can be reasonably measured.This financial report is a special purpose financial report Provisions are measured at the best estimate of theprepared in order to satisfy the financial reporting require- amounts required to settle the obligation at the end of thements of the Associations Incorporation Act of the Austral- reporting period.ian Capital Territory 1991. The committee has determinedthat the association is not a reporting entity. (e) Cash and Cash equivalents The financial report has been prepared on an accruals Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, depositsbasis and is based on historical costs and does not take held at call with banks, and other short-term highly liquidinto account changing money values or, except where investments with original maturities of three months or less.specifically stated, current valuations of non-current assets. The following significant accounting policies, which (f) Goods and Services Tax (GST)are consistent with the previous period unless otherwise Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of thestated, have been adopted in the preparation of this financial amount of GST, except where the amount of GST incurred isreport. not recoverable from the Tax Office. In these circumstances, the GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of(a) property, plant and equipment (ppe) the asset or as part of an item of the expense. ReceivablesLeasehold improvements and office equipment are and payables in the assets and liabilities statement arecarried at cost less, where applicable, any accumulated shown inclusive of GST.depreciation. The depreciable amount of all PPE is depreciated over the (g) investmentsuseful lives of the assets to the association commencing Investments held are originally recognised at cost, whichfrom the time the asset is held ready for use. includes transaction costs. They are subsequently measured Leasehold improvements are amortised over the shorter at fair value which is equivalent to their market bid price atof either the unexpired period of the lease or the estimated the end of the reporting period. Movements in fair value areuseful lives of the improvements. recognised through an equity reserve.(b) impairment of Assets (h) Trade and Other payablesAt the end of each reporting period, the entity reviews Trade and other payables represent the liability outstandingthe carrying values of its tangible and intangible assets at the end of the reporting period for goods and servicesto determine whether there is any indication that those received by the association during the reporting period,assets have been impaired. If such an indication exists, which remain unpaid. The balance is recognised as a currentthe recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of liability with the amounts normally paid within 30 days ofthe asset’s fair value less costs to sell and value in use, recognition of the liability.is compared to the asset’s carrying value. Any excess ofthe asset’s carrying value over its recoverable amount is Continued on next page.expensed to the income statement.(c) employee BenefitsProvision is made for the association’s liability for employeebenefits arising from services rendered by employees to theend of the reporting period. Employee benefits have beenmeasured at the amounts expected to be paid when theliability is settled.
    • 82 note 2: Property, Plant and Equipment 2011 2010 Plant and equipment At cost 757,657 682,848 Less: Accumulated depreciation -557,742 -433,953 199,915 248,895 note 3: Provisions Current Employee entitlements* 236,440 214,440 non Current Employee entitlements* 46,841 46,091 * Aggregate employee entitlements liability 283,281 260,531 There were 37 employees at the end of the year Office Bearer Declaration The directors of the Association declare that: 1. The financial statements and notes are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 and: (a) comply with Associations Incorporation Act of the Australian Capital Territory 1991; and (b) give a true and fair view of the company’s financial position as at 30 June 2011 and of its performance for the year ended on that date; 2. In the director’s opinion, there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Federation will be able to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable. This declaration is made in accordance with a resolution of the office bearers. Dated: 26 October 2011 Klaus Mueller, President Robert Bates, Vice President
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 83Auditors Report
    • 84 Auditors Report Cont.
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 85PART 72011 AuSTRALIAN RESuLTS SuMMARy
    • 86 MARS CyCLING AuSTRALIA ROAD nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS, BALLARAT, VICTORIA 6-11 JANuARy 2011 Men’S TiMe TRiAl U23 Men’S TiMe TRiAl WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl U23 WOMen’S TiMe 1. Cameron Meyer, WA 47:10.72 1. Luke Durbridge, WA 33:23. 01 1. Shara Gillow, Qld 38:17.69 TRiAl 2. Jack Bobridge, SA 47:23.42 2. Michael Hepburn, Qld 34:13. 29 2. Taryn Heather, SA 38:20.21 1. Lauren Kitchen, NSW 39:32.16 3. Michael Matthews, ACT 47:31.26 3. Jay McCarthy, Qld 34:27. 62 3. Ruth Corset, Qld 38:47.49 2. Amy Cure, Tas 39:39.21 4. Benjamin Day, Qld 48:04.08 4. Damien Howson, SA 34:30. 17 4. Bridie O’Donnell, Vic 38:48.79 3. Carlee Taylor, SA 39:56.91 5. John Anderson, Qld 48:35.77 5. Nick Aitken, Vic 34:40. 12 5. Vicki Whitelaw, ACT 38:58.22 4. Sinead Noonan, SA 40:07.98 6. Luke Roberts, SA 49:09.60 6. Joseph Lewis, NSW 34:55. 52 6. Carly Light, SA 39:21.49 5. Emma Lawson, Tas 40:11.08 7. Darren Rolfe, Qld 49:10.09 7. Rohan Dennis, SA 35:08. 40 7. Amber Halliday, SA 39:26.11 6. Alexandra Carle, ACT 40:31.78 8. Drew Ginn, Vic 49:15.68 8. Michael Freiberg, WA 35:25. 41 8. Lauren Kitchen, NSW 39:32.16 7. Emma Smith, Tas 42:17.79 9. Adam Hansen, Qld 49:23.17 9. Dale Parker, SA 35:28. 73 9. Amy Cure, Tas 39:39.21 8. Sophie Ootes, SA 42:56.80 10. Chris Martin, SA 49:29.40 10. Lachlan Morton, NSW 35:44.18 10. Rebecca Wiasak, ACT 39:52.61 9. Shanice Nitis, Qld 43:17.01 Men’S ROAD RACe U23 Men’S ROAD RACe WOMen’S ROAD RACe U23 WOMen’S ROAD RACe 1. Jack Bobridge, SA 4:12:42 1. Ben Dyball, NSW 3:22:05 1. Alexis Rhodes, SA 3:00:18 1. Carlee Taylor, SA 2. Matt Goss, Tas 2. Nathan Haas, ACT 2. Carla Ryan, Qld 2. Sinead Noonan, SA 3. Simon Gerrans, Vic 3. Joseph Lewis, NSW 3. Joanne Hogan, Vic 3. Lauren Kitchen, NSW 4. Bernard Sulzberger, Tas 4. Rohan Dennis, SA 4. Judith Arndt, GER 4. Angela McClure, SA 5. Lachlan Norris, Vic 5. Thomas Palmer, ACT 5. Vicki Whitelaw, ACT 5. Caitlin Turner, NSW 6. Cameron Meyer, WA 6.Adam Semple, WA 6. Tiffany Cromwell, SA 6. Alexandra Carle, ACT 7. Travis Meyer, WA 7. Stuart Smith, Vic 7. Carlee Taylor, SA 8. Matt Wilson, Vic 8. Patrick Lane, Vic 8. Ruth Corset, Qld 9. Nathan Earle, Tas 9. Luke Durbridge, WA 9. Bridie O’Donnell, Vic 10. Timothy Roe, SA 10. Paul van der Ploeg, Vic 10. Amanda Spratt, NSW Men’S CRiTeRiUM U23 Men’S CRiTeRiUM WOMen’S CRiTeRiUM U23 WOMen’S CRiTeRiUM 1. Jonathan Cantwell, Qld 1. Ben Grenda, Tas 1. Lauren Kitchen, NSW 1. Lauren Kitchen, NSW 2. Anthony Giacoppo, WA 2. Richard Lang, NSW 2. Joanne Hogan, Vic 2. Chloe Hosking, ACT 3. Stuart Shaw, ACT 3. Thomas Palmer, ACT 3. Chloe Hosking, ACT 3. Kendelle Hodges, Vic 4. Rico Rogers, Vic 4. Phillip Grenfell, NSW 4. Laura McCaughey, Tas 4. Grace Sulzberger, Tas 5. Bernard Sulzberger, Tas 5. Benjamin Hill, ACT 5. Amanda Spratt, NSW 5. Amy Cure, Tas 6. Zakkari Dempster, Vic 6. Ryan MacNally, Qld 6. Kirsty Broun, Qld 6. Sinead Noonan, SA 7. Sam Rutherford, NSW 7. Luke Durbridge, WA 7. Kendelle Hodges, Vic 8. Cameron Meyer, WA 8. Aaron Donnelly, NSW 8. Emma Lawson, Tas 9. Fabio Calabria, Vic 9. Mitchell Codner, NSW 9. Grace Sulzberger, Tas 10. Tommy Nankervis, Vic 10. Scott McPhee, SA 10. Amy Cure, Tas
    • CyCLING AuSTRALIA U19 ROAD nATiOnAlChAMpiOnShipS, MuRWILLuMBAH, 87NSW & NERANG, QLD 9-13 JuNE 2011U19 Men’S ROAD RACe U19 WOMen’S ROAD RACe1. Hayden McCormick, NZL 3:09:13 1. Taylah Jennings, Qld 2:27:052. Hamish Schreurs, NZL 2. Jessica Mundy, SA3. Fraser Gough, NZL 3. Allison Rice, ACT4. David Edwards, Qld 4. Emily Roper, Qld5. Jesse Kerrison, Qld 5. Jessica Allen, WA6. Benjamin Fox, NSW 6. Letitia Custance, SA7. Dion Smith, NZL 7. Ellen Skerritt, Qld8. Robert-Jon McCarthy, SA 8. Georgia Baker, Tas9. Jackson Law, NSW 9. Kirsty Mills, NSW10. Alexander Edmondson, SA 10. Maddison Vit, QldU19 Men’S TiMe TRiAl U19 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl1. Alexander Morgan, Vic 34:02. 59 1. Allison Rice, ACT 22:29. 242. Jack Beckinsale, NSW 34:43. 50 2. Jessica Allen, WA 22:42. 813. Caleb Ewan, NSW 34:56. 47 3. Jessica Mundy, SA 23:12. 434. Calvin Watson, Vic 35:07. 78 4. Ellen Skerrit, Qld 23:28. 265. David Edwards, Qld 35:20. 61 5. Letitia Custance, SA 23:43. 376. James Oram, NZL 35:22. 83 6. Emily Roper, Qld 23:57. 137. Nicholas Schultz, Qld 35:26. 68 7. Georgia Baker, Tas 24:21. 458. Fraser Gough, NZL 35:40. 93 8. Antonia Abbisogni, Vic 24:25. 459. Alex Clements, Tas 35:41. 58 9. Taylah Jennings, Qld 24:43. 9410. Hayden McCormick, NZL 35:44. 80 10. Kelly Rose, SA 24:49. 48U19 Men’S CRiTeRiUM U19 WOMen’S CRiTeRiUM1. Caleb Ewan, NSW 1. Letitia Custance, SA2. Rick Sanders, Vic 2. Kayla Salopek, NSW3. Robert-Jon McCarthy, SA 3. Emily Roper, Qld4. Jackson Law, NSW 4. Taylah Jennings, Qld5. George Tansley, SA 5. Jessica Mundy, SA6. Timothy Papworth, NSW 6. Antonia Abbisogni, Vic7. Alex Clements, Tas 7. Georgia Baker, Tas8. Benjamin Fox, NSW 8. Ellen Skerritt, Qld9. Dion Smith, NZL 9. Rebecca Mackey, WA10. Scott Creighton, NZL 10. Alice Wallett, ACTCyCLING AuSTRALIA pARA-CyCling ROADnATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS ChAMpiOnShipSSuNSHINE COAST, QuEENSLAND 9-10 APRIL 2011TAnDeM Men C5 Men TiMe TRiAl C4 Men TiMe TRiAl C3 Men TiMe TRiAlTiMe TRiAl 1. Michael Gallagher, Vic 32:52. 54 1. Ryan Hughes, Tas 34:38. 36 1. Noel Sens, Vic 41:13. 451. Bryce Lindores/Sean Finning 2. Mitchell Gourley, Vic 36:52. 81 2. Alex Simmons, NSW 35:51. 75 42:21. 67 3. Shane Waller, Qld 37:31. 54 3. David Nicholas, Qld 35:51. 762. Kieran Modra/Scott McPhee, SA 4. Jason Oates, Qld 39:23. 12 42:44. 623. Matt Formston/Phil Thuaux, NSW 44:55. 344. Martin Cooper/John Wood, Qld 46:03. 235. Murray Mackne/Nathan Johnston, NSW 50:08. 896. Andrew Kelk/John Domandl 50:15. 59
    • 88 CyCLING AuSTRALIA pARA-CyCling ROAD nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS SuNSHINE COAST, QuEENSLAND 9-10 APRIL 2011 C2 Men TiMe TRiAl C1 Men TiMe TRiAl T2 Men TiMe TRiAl 1. Andrew Panazzolo, SA 41:46.22 1. Jarrad Langmead, NSW 46:51.68 1. Stephen Bastick, NSW 32:33.14 2. Michael Eaddy, Vic 46:53.26 h4 Men TiMe TRiAl h3 Men TiMe TRiAl h2 Men TiMe TRiAl h1 Men TiMe TRiAl 1. Stuart Tripp, Vic 41:22.43 1. Nigel Barley, WA 39:34.47 1. Jarrad Moncur, Qld 46:27. 44 1. Rowan Bowles, Tas 42:06. 27 2. Rob Martin, NZL 46:43.16 2. George Kambouris, Qld 44:45.52 2. James Ormerod, WA 48:59. 48 2. Glenn Bennett, NSW 50:15. 92 3. Richard Nicholson, ACT 54:50.81 3. Brendon Stratton, NZL 47:41.26 3. Craig Barrett, Vic 49:19. 23 4. Jonathon Nelson, NZL 51:04.46 4. Ron Gibson, NSW 52:07. 86 5. Carl Lincoln, WA 1:19:04.38 5. Darron Shields, Qld 53:03. 43 6. Steven Richter, Qld 56:40. 54 7. Alex Welsh, Vic 59:14. 86 8. Darren Anderson, Qld 59:47. 38 B Men ROAD RACe C5 Men ROAD RACe C4 Men ROAD RACe C3 Men ROAD RACe 1. Kieran Modra/Scott McPhee, SA 1. Michael Gallagher, Vic 1:53:58 1. David Nicholas, Qld 2:04. 11 1. Noel Sens, Vic 2:11:08 2:02:52. 40 2. Mitchell Gourley, Vic 2. Ryan Hughes, Tas 2. Bryce Lindores/Sean Finning 3. Shane Waller, Qld 3. Alex Simmons, NSW 3. Matt Formston/Phil Thuaux, NSW 4. Jason Oates, Qld 4. Martin Cooper/John Wood, Qld 5. Murray Mackne/Nathan Johnston, NSW 6. Andrew Kelk/John Domandl C2 Men ROAD RACe C1 Men ROAD RACe T2 Men ROAD RACe 1. Andrew Panazzolo, SA 1:15:00 1. Jarrad Langmead, NSW 1:20:06 1. Stephen Bastick, NSW 13:55:00 2. Michael Eaddy, Vic h4 Men ROAD RACe h3 Men ROAD RACe h2 Men ROAD RACe h1 Men ROAD RACe 1. Stuart Tripp, Vic 1:37:47 1. Nigel Barley, WA 1:13:55 1. Michael Taylor, Vic 1:27. 00 1. Rowan Bowles, Tas 1:10:24 2. Rob Martin, NZL 2. George Kambouris, Qld 2. Jarrad Moncur, Qld 2. Glenn Bennett, NSW 3. Richard Nicholson, ACT 3. Brendon Stratton, NZL 3. Ron Gibson, NSW 4. Jonathon Nelson, NZL 4. James Ormerod, WA 5. Craig Barrett, Vic 6. Darron Shields, Qld 7. Steven Richter, Qld B WOMen TiMe TRiAl C5 WOMen TiMe TRiAl C4 WOMen TiMe TRiAl C3 WOMen TiMe TRiAl 1. Brandie O’Connor/Kerry Knowler, 1. Claire McLean, WA 37:49. 19 1. Alexandra Green, NSW 38:19. 53 1. Simone Kennedy, NSW 33:52. 56 ACT 35:42. 06 2. Sue Powell, ACT 42:19. 61 2. Lydia Tabe, Qld 38:04. 99 2. Casey Hyde/Rebecca Halliday 43:13. 27 C2 WOMen TiMe TRiAl C1 WOMen TiMe TRiAl h3 WOMen TiMe TRiAl h2 WOMen TiMe TRiAl 1. Jing Huang, ACT 32:58. 04 1. Jayme Paris, NSW 35:04. 04 1. Sue Reid, NZL 34:18. 35 1. Mel Leckie, SA 35:26. 75 2. Samantha Eddie, NZL 35:12. 27 2. Tiffany Perry, NZL 41:36. 43 3. Rosemary Little, NSW 47:29.11 4. Marayke Jonkers, Qld 55:34. 46 B WOMen ROAD RACe C5 WOMen ROAD RACe C4 WOMen ROAD RACe C3 WOMen ROAD RACe 1. Brandie O’Connor/Kerry Knowler, 1. Claire McLean, WA 1:36:45 1. Sue Powell, ACT 1:40:18 1. Lydia Tabe, Qld 1:51:20 ACT 1:48:28 2. Alexandra Green, NSW 2. Casey Hyde/Rebecca Halliday
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 89C2 WOMen ROAD RACe C1 WOMen ROAD RACe h3 WOMen ROAD RACe h2 WOMen ROAD RACe1. Jing Huang, ACT 1:10:09 1. Jayme Paris, NSW 1:15:20 1. Sue Reid, NZL 1:22:19 1. Mel Leckie, SA 1:23:28 2. Tiffany Perry, NZLT2 WOMen ROAD RACe1. Carol Cooke, Vic 42:35CyCLING AuSTRALIA JUniOR ROAD nATiOnAlChAMpiOnShipS SHEPPARTON, VICTORIA 2-4SEPTEMBER 2011U17 Men’S ROAD RACe U17 WOMen’S ROAD U15 Men’S U15 WOMen’S1. Jackson Mawby, WA 1:46:22 RACe ROAD RACe ROAD RACe2. Ryan Thomas, NSW 1. Macey Stewart, Tas 1:22:52 1. Jackson Carman, Qld 59:20 1. Courtney Field, Vic 40:593. Kierin Lewis, NSW 2. Josie Talbot, NSW 2. Matthew Jackson, WA 2. Bridget Mullany, NSW4. Oliver Martin, Tas 3. Lauren Perry, Tas 3. Michael Storer, WA 3. Emma Bilston, Vic5. Owen Gillott, Qld 4. Lara Batkin, NSW 4. Darcy Pirotta, WA 4. Jessica Marshall, NSW6. Sam Welsford, WA 5. Hayley Jones, Qld 5. Cameron Scott, NSW 5. Brittany Dutton, Qld7. Jack Hickey, Vic 6. Holly Takos, SA 6. Alex Rendell, WA 6. Ashleigh Hocking, Vic8. Alistair Donohoe, Vic 7. Sara Spokes, NSW 7. Harry Rugless, SA 7. Brandi Alberts, Qld9. Daniel Fitter, Qld 8. Emma Apolony, NSW 8. Caiden Hull, Vic 8. Tori Sauners, NSW10. Kyle Thompson, Vic 9. Maddy Marshall, ACT 9. Isaac Probert, Tas 9. Danielle McKinnirey, SA 10. Ruby Greig-Hurtig, Vic 10. Benjamin Stylianou, Tas 10. Ruby Roseman-Gannon, VicU17 Men’S TiMe TRiAl U17 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl U15 Men’S TiMe TRiAl U15 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl1. Luke Williams, NSW 21:13.86 1. Josie Talbot, NSW 15:35.27 1. Cameron Scott, NSW 15:22.43 1. Amelia Crane, ACT 13:02.432. Sam Welsford, WA 21:19.01 2. Kelsey Robson, WA 15:56.43 2. Matthew Jackson, WA 15:26.22 2. Emma Bilston, Vic 13:32.083. Jack Edwards, NSW 21:23.59 3. Tian Beckett, WA 16:01.37 3. Chris Bryan, NSW 15:30.73 3. Tori Saunders, NSW 13:40.664. Owen Gillott, Qld 21:26.75 4. Macey Stewart, Tas 16:21.20 4. Michael Storer, WA 15:37.49 4. Hollee Simons, NSW 13:45.585. Callum Scotson, SA 21:30.73 5. Elissa Wundersitz, WA 16:37.42 5. Darcy Pirotta, WA 15:40.37 5. Chloe Baggs, Vic 13:59.216. Lucas Hamilton, Vic 21:35.56 6. Alexandria Nicholls, ACT 16:41.68 6. Caiden Hull, Vic 16:07.92 6. Bridget Mullany, NSW 13:59.867. Reece Tucknott, WA 21:49.07 7. Lucy Kirk, ACT 16:41.90 7. Jackson Carman, Qld 16:11.48 7. Beth Rees, NSW 14:01.088. Kierin Lewis, NSW 21:50.51 8. Hayley Jones, Qld 16:54.63 8. Samuel Jenner, NSW 16:14.44 8. Jessica Pratt, Qld 14:01.099. Joshua Harrison, SA 21:51.81 9. Alexandra Manly, SA 17:01.21 9. Thomas Verley-Donk, Vic 16:17.58 9. Emily Nicholls, ACT 14:01.6310. Michael Rice, ACT 22:00.45 10. Lauren Perry, Tas 17:15.47 10. Tom Delamont, NSW 16:19.32 10. Jessica Marshall, NSW 14:09.72U17 Men’S CRiTeRiUM U17 WOMen’S CRiTeRiUM U15 Men’S CRiTeRiUM U15 WOMen’S CRiTeRiUM1. Sam Welsford, WA 37:35 1. Lauren Perry, Tas 38:14 1. Matthew Jackson, WA 28:58 1. Courtney Field, Vic 29:232. Thomas Apthorpe, NSW 2. Macey Stewart, Tas 2. Cameron Scott, NSW 2. Bridget Mullany, NSW3. Callum Scotson, SA 3. Josie Talbot, NSW 3. Kurt Santagada, Vic 3. Tori Saunders, NSW4. Michael Rice, ACT 4. Lara Batkin, NSW 4. Samuel Jenner, NSW 4. Emma Bilston, Vic5. Brad Heffernan, NSW 5. Ruby Greig-Hurtig, Vic 5. Darcy Pirotta, WA 5. Jessica Marshall, NSW6. Harrison Jones, NSW 6. Emma Apolony, NSW 6. Michael Storer, WA 6. Amelia Crane, ACT7. Nicholas Costello, Qld 7. Hayley Jones, Qld 7. Braydon Bennett, Tas 7. Ashleigh Hocking, Vic8. Braeden Dean, Vic 8. Maddy Marshall, ACT 8. Bradley Soden, Qld 8. Ruby Roseman-Gannon, Vic9. Daniel Fitter, Qld 9. Laura Triggs, NSW 9. Connor Vernon, NSW 9. Jessica Sellar, WA10. Jack Edwards, NSW 10. Amy Cundy, Qld 10. Thomas Verley-Donk, Vic 10. Hollee Simons, NSW
    • 90 CyCLING AuSTRALIA JUniOR hill CliMB nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS MOuNT BuFFALO, VICTORIA, 2-3 APRIL 2011 U19 Men’S hill CliMB – U19 Men’S hill CliMB - U19 WOMen’S hill CliMB U19 WOMen’S hill CliMB TiMe TRiAl ROAD RACe - TiMe TRiAl - ROAD RACe 1. Alexander Morgan, Vic 18:42.42 1. Calvin Watson, Vic 2:15.35 1. Letitia Custance, SA 23:52.52 1. Letitia Custance, SA 1:49:17 2. Calvin Watson, Vic 19:15.70 2. Alexander Morgan, Vic 2:15:35 2. Antonia Abbisogni, Vic 24:08.41 2. Antonia Abbisogni, Vic 1:55:08 3. Alex Clements, Tas 19:41.47 3. Trevor Spencer, Vic 2:15:36 3. Kelly Rose, SA 25:06.66 3. Georgia Baker, Tas 1:55:08 4. Thomas Hamilton, Vic 19:52.46 4. Sam McCallum, Tas 2:15:36 4. Georgia Baker, Tas 25:16.26 4. Kelly Rose, SA 1:55:08 5. Jake Klajnblat, Vic 20:20.18 5. Alex Clements, Tas 2:15:40 5. Lauretta Hanson, Vic 27:14.76 5. Lauretta Hanson, Vic 2:07:45 6. Trevor Spencer, Vic 20:48.00 6. Jake Klajnblat, Vic 2:16:57 7. Sam McCallum, Tas 21:02.32 7. Thomas Hamilton, Vic 2:18:47 8. Benjamin Fox, NSW 21:23.32 8. Nicholas Yallouris, NSW 2:19:42 9. Clement Boydell, Vic 21:31.74 9. Sam Crome, Vic 2:22:10 10. Nicholas Yallouris, NSW 21:47.78 10. Mark White, Vic 2:23:50 U17 Men’S hill CliMB – U17 Men’S hill CliMB – U17 WOMen’S hill CliMB – U17 WOMen’S hill CliMB – TiMe TRiAl ROAD RACe TiMe TRiAl ROAD RACe 1. Nathan Bradshaw, NSW 20:45.65 1. Jack Edwards, NSW 1:34:32 1. Macey Stewart, Tas 17:12.79 1. Macey Stewart, Tas 1:16:30 2. Oliver Martin, Tas 20:47.03 2. Nathan Bradshaw, NSW 1:34:32 2. Alexandria Nicholls, ACT 17:39.58 2. Alexandra Manly, SA 1:16:31 3. Jack Edwards, NSW 20:49.36 3. Nathan Hinkley, Tas 1:34:44 3. Josie Talbot, NSW 17:40.86 3. Emily Collyer, NSW 1:16:49 4. Nathan Hinkley, Tas 20:56.57 4. Thomas Kaesler, SA 1:34:50 4. Alexandra Manly, SA 17:45.12 4. Alexandria Nicholls, ACT 1:20:42 5. Joshua Harrison, SA 21:05.63 5. Oliver Martin, Tas 1:34:55 5. Emily Collyer, NSW 17:56.45 5. Josie Talbot, NSW 1:22:00 6. Thomas Kaesler, SA 21:16.07 6. Owen Gillott, Qld 1:35:13 6. Samantha Fromentin, SA 17:56. 45 6. Stacey Riedel, SA 1:22:07 7. Owen Gillott, Qld 21:18.25 7. Lucas Hamilton, Vic 1:36:08 7. Stacey Riedel, SA 18:40. 68 7. Samantha Fromentin, SA 1:25:11 8. Ryan Thomas, NSW 21:42.98 8. Matthew Ross, Vic 1:37:33 8. Victoria Snibson, Vic 20:06. 26 8. Victoria Snibson, Vic 1:38:35 9. Lucas Hamilton, Vic 21:53.26 9. Drew Morey, Vic 1:37:42 9. Madeleine Cardillo, Vic 20:12. 23 9. Zoe Nicholson, Vic 1:38:36 10. Robert Oakenfull, Vic 21:55.51 10. Kyle Thompson, Vic 1:38:00 10. Zoe Nicholson, Vic 20:19. 84 U15 Men’S hill CliMB – U15 Men’S hill CliMB – U15 WOMen’S hill CliMB – U15 WOMen’S hill CliMB – TiMe TRiAl ROAD RACe TiMe TRiAl ROAD RACe 1. Tomarsh Loki, Vic 16:59.57 1. Tomarsh Loki, Vic 1:21:19 1. Hollee Simons, NSW 10:18. 50 1. Courtney Field, Vic 47:03 2. Kurt Santagada, Vic 17:09.29 2. Kurt Santagada, Vic 1:21:20 2. Ruby Roseman-Gannon, Vic 10:37.78 2. Ashleigh Hocking, Vic 47:03 3. Evan Pignatelli, NSW 17:17.70 3. Evan Pignatelli, NSW 1:21:28 3. Ashleigh Hocking, Vic 10:47.39 3. Ruby Roseman-Gannon, Vic 47:17 4. James Moffat, Vic 17:45.37 4. Benjamin Andrews, Vic 1:22:57 4. Courtney Field, Vic 11:01.71 4. Emily Nicholls, NSW 47:47 5. Benjamin Andrews, Vic 18:37.25 5. James Moffat, Vic 1:25:07 5. Chloe Baggs, Vic 11:11. 58 5. Emma Bilston, Vic 47:48 6. Nicholas Edwards, NSW 18:46.30 6. Nicholas Edwards, NSW 1:25:07 6. Emma Bilston, Vic 11:18.43 6. Hollee Simons, NSW 48:26 7. Lex Munoz, Vic 18:47.08 7. Nicholas White, Vic 1:27:36 7. Emily Nicholls, NSW 11:45.09 8. Connor Vernon, NSW 18:56.45 8. Connor Vernon, NSW 1:27:40 8. Nicole Clark, Vic 13:15.78 9. Nicholas White, Vic 18:59.84 9. Jack Bell, Vic 1:27:50 10. Thomas McDonald, Vic 19:21.69 10. Sebastian Presley, Vic 1:28:01
    • CyCLING AuSTRALIA MASTeRS ROAD nATiOnAlChAMpiOnShipS BALLARAT, VICTORIA, 916-9 OCTOBER 2011Men CATegORy 1 TiMe Men CATegORy 2 TiMe Men CATegORy 3 TiMe Men CATegORy 4 TiMeTRiAl TRiAl TRiAl TRiAl1. Shane Miller, Vic 23:26.42 1. Tom Leaper, Vic 24:17.52 1. Andrew Patten, Qld 23:50.62 1. Stephen Fairless, Vic 24:35.822. Ben Johnson, Vic 24:33.67 2. Matthew Dec, WA 24:38.47 2. Damian Mason, NSW 24:17.82 2. Tony Simonelli, Qld 24:48.723. Simon McCarroll, NSW 24:38.87 3. Lucas Nicoll, Qld 24:46.24 3. Scott Butler, NSW 24:33.65 3. Richard Woods, WA 24:51.364. Shannon Johnson, Vic 25:09.09 4. Chris Millen, Qld 24:59.11 4. Andrew Naylor, Vic 24:38.73 4. Andrew Weightman, Vic 25:02.145. Nathan Bonarius, NSW 26:07.23 5. Adam Simonelli, Qld 24:59.75 5. Malcolm Sawford, Vic 25:46.76 5. Michael Clucas, Vic 25:21.586. Robert Regester, Vic 26:31.59 6. Simon Welsh, Vic 25:31.99 6. Ian Gardiner, NSW 25:52.98 6. Stewart Imrie, NZL 25:50.947. Miklos Matravoelgyi, Qld 26:41.16 7. David Rees, WA 25:38.32 7. Boyd Friis, Vic 26:01.50 7. Roy Clarke, Vic 26:02.298. David Silvestri, Qld 26:53.89 8. Patrick Weinrauch, Qld 25:42.11 8. Michael Pierce, Vic 26:28.92 8. Danny McLachlan, Qld 26:11.959. Heath Jackson, Vic 28:33.97 9. Joshua Lester, NSW 25:42.32 9. Andy Burmas, Vic 27:15.05 9. Grant Gilbert, Vic 26:19.29 10. Sean Wilkeson, Vic 26:01.97 10. Jason Richards, Vic 30:59.64 10. Andre Clayden, Qld 26:31.41Men CATegORy 5 TiMe Men CATegORy 6 TiMe Men CATegORy 7 TiMe Men CATegORy 8 TiMeTRiAl TRiAl TRiAl TRiAl1. James Timmer-Arends, Vic 1. Brad Daly, Vic 24:56.96 1. Nick Grainger, Vic 25:47.32 1. Tommy Gray, Vic 27:37.24 25:45.60 2. Roger Cull, NSW 25:44.06 2. Michael Phillipson, Vic 27:40.29 2. Darrell Wheeler, NSW 27:42.072. Nigel Cross, Tas 25:47.23 3. Richard McCorkell, Vic 26:02.77 3. Malcolm Lynn, NSW 28:23.51 3. Chass Matters, Qld 27:48.053. Peter Quibell, Vic 25:51.83 4. Norbert Gerold, NSW 26:33.05 4. Mal Taylor, Vic 31:06.11 4. Doug Barrett, Vic 28:38.254. Lewis Marshall, Qld 25:52.64 5. Shane Dove, Vic 26:45.56 5. Malcolm Scott-Logan, NSW 29:41.315. David Fairburn, Vic 26:04.67 6. Peter Watts, Qld 26:53.21 6. Leslie Preston, Qld 29:43.496. Anthony Chandler, Vic 26:22.65 7. Neil Matthews, NSW 27:59.35 7. Bruce Hawker, Vic 29:55.307. Geoff Hall, Vic 26:27.47 8. Kurt Jensen, Vic 37:59.67 8. Bernard Grealy, Vic 29:57.288. Raymond Jarratt, Vic 26:50.89 9 .Kevin Feely, Vic 28:13.74 9. Hugh Gray, NSW 31:48.339. Brian O’Connell, Qld 26:57.75 10. Wayne Collingwood, NSW 28:28.09 10. Robert Manson, NSW 32:15.8410. Steve Berveling, NSW 27:01.80Men CATegORy 9 TiMe Men CATegORy 10 TiMeTRiAl TRiAl1. William McConnell, AVCC 27:39.66 1. Evan Elliott, NSW 31:50.932. Martin Peeters, Vic 28:30.99 2. Warren Molloy, NSW 33:38.503. Geoff Wilson, Qld 29:51.88 3. John Griffin, NSW 36:02.324. Malcolm Powell, Vic 33:07.78WOMen CATegORy 1 WOMen CATegORy 2 WOMen CATegORy 3 WOMen CATegORy 4TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl1. Nicole Whitburn, Vic 27:30.55 1. Melina Bernecker, AVCC 28:10.06 1. Alison Raaymakers, Vic 28:49.54 1. Linda White, Qld 28:01.972. Rachel Ward, Vic 28:31.26 2. Susan Henry, NSW 29:39.68 2. Jodie Batchelor, Vic 30:16.35 2. Linda O’Connor, Qld 28:32.70 3. Carly Williams, Vic 29:41.56 3. Melissa McKinlay, SA 30:33.02 3. Elizabeth Hall, Vic 29:02.43 4. Melinda Symon, Qld 30:15.73 4. Lee Sheather, ACT 29:23.14 5. Claire Stevens, Vic 30:19.53 5. Catherine McInerney, Vic 32:16.81 6. Lisa Hanley, Vic 34:36.32 6. Elizabeth Georgeson, Vic 32:19.72 7. Natalie Fraser, NSW 32:32.58 8. Megan Marsh, Vic 39:54.16WOMen CATegORy 5 WOMen CATegORy 6 WOMen CATegORy 7 WOMen CATegORy 8TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl1.Stephanie Frawley, SA 26:57.10 1.Philippa Read, Vic 29:03.69 1.Gaye Lynn, NSW 29:22.30 1.Elizabeth Randall, Vic 31:38.102.Heather Hamling, Vic 29:33.44 2.Jennifer Sammons, WA 29:31.32 2.Merodi Otto, Tas 31:52.903.Susan Tierney, NSW 30:58.69 3.Deborah Visentin, WA 29:46.64 3.Rosemary Hastings, NSW 32:47.934.Anne Jones, SA 33:01.90 4.Gayle McCann, NSW 32:10.37 4.Robyn Ryan, Qld 34:37.415.Genevieve Sutherland, Vic 33:24.46
    • 92 CyCLING AuSTRALIA MASTeRS ROAD nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS BALLARAT, VICTORIA, 6-9 OCTOBER 2011 Men CATegORy 1 ROAD Men CATegORy 2 ROAD Men CATegORy 3 ROAD Men CATegORy 4 ROAD RACe RACe RACe RACe 1. Shannon Johnson, Vic 2:59:08 1. Matthew Dec, WA 2:17:05 1. Damian Mason, NSW 2:00:54 1. Stephen Fairless, Vic 1:54:52 2. Travis Lindhe, Vic 2. Ian Johnston, Qld 2. Kornelis Sietsma, NSW 2. Andrew Weightman, Vic 3. Conan Daley, Vic 3. Alex Gardner, NSW 3. Andrew Naylor, Vic 3. Nikolai Razouvaev, Qld 4. David Edwards, Vic 4. John Murazak, Qld 4. Harry Brennan, Vic 4. Russell O’Toole, Vic 5. Nathan Bonarius, NSW 5. Matthew Goold, Vic 5. Richard Allen, NSW 5. Neale Sturt, Vic 6. Adam Versteege, Vic 6. David Rees, WA 6. Scott Butler, NSW 6. Guy Green, Vic 7. Miha Remec, NSW 7. Erinn Klein, SA 7. Baden Burke, ACT 7. Richard Woods, WA 8. Pascal Lussier-Duquette, Vic 8. Geordie Probert, Vic 8. Andrew Patten, Qld 8. Anthony Fitzpatrick, Vic 9. Heath Jackson, Vic 9. Adam Simonelli, Qld 9. Ciaran Jones, Vic 9. Roy Clark, Vic 10. Simon McCarroll, NSW 10. Tom Leaper, Vic 10. Leigh Parsons, Vic 10. Andrew McKellar, Vic Men CATegORy 5 ROAD Men CATegORy 6 ROAD Men CATegORy 7 ROAD Men CATegORy 8 ROAD RACe RACe RACe RACe 1. Steven Horn, NSW 1:58:40 1. Richard McCorkell, Vic 2:00:55 1. Bryan Walsh, Vic 1:48:05 1. Darrell Wheeler, NSW 1:19:44 2. Glen Hutchinson, Vic 2. Jeffrey McLean, Vic 2. Ron Jacobson, Vic 2. Colin Maciver, NSW 3. Peter Budd, NSW 3. Douglas Garley, Vic 3. Michael Renehan, Vic 3. Brian McGowan, Vic 4. Raymond Jarratt, Vic 4. Geoffrey Thomson, Vic 4. Malcolm Lynn, NSW 4. Bruce Tonkin, Vic 5. David Fairburn, Vic 5. Guy Falla, Vic 5. George Goodrope, AVCC 5. Chass Matters, Qld 6. Raymond Griffin, NSW 6. Bruce Goddard, NSW 6. Michael Phillipson, Vic 6. Leslie Preston, Qld 7. Brian O’Connell, Qld 7. Robert Chapman, NSW 7. Alan Goodrope, AVCC 7. Bernard Grealy, Vic 8. Grant Blake, Vic 8. Kurt Jensen, Vic 8. Bruce Will, Vic 8. Tony Bennett, Vic 9. Paul Volk, Vic 9. Kevin Goodman, NSW 9. Robert Pagey, Vic 9. Malcolm Scott-Logan, NSW 10. Nigel Cross, Tas 10. Robert Beattie, Vic 10. Paul Balchin, Vic 10. Tommy Gray, Vic Men CATegORy 9 ROAD Men CATegORy 10 ROAD RACe RACe 1. Martin Peeters, Vic 1. Evan Elliott, NSW 1:24:18 2. Geoff Wilson, Qld 2. Warren Molloy, NSW 3. Malcolm Powell, Vic 3. John Griffin, NSW WOMen CATegORy 1 WOMen CATegORy 2 WOMen CATegORy 3 WOMen CATegORy 4 ROAD RACe ROAD RACe ROAD RACe ROAD RACe 1. Crystal Wemyss, Vic 1:53:52 1. Susan Henry, NSW 1:53:50 1. Maria Prosperi, NSW 1:53:51 1. Linda White, Qld 1:52:45 2. Nadine le Mescam, Vic 2. Melina Bernecker, AVCC 2. Jodie Batchelor, Vic 2. Nathalie Fraser, NSW 3. Rachel Ward, Vic 3. Carly Williams, Vic 3. Sonia Throssell, Vic 3. Lee Sheather, ACT 4. Melanie Roach, NSW 4. Claire Stevens, Vic 4. Alison Raaymakers, Vic 4. Elizabeth Hall, Vic 5. Leigh-Anne Dynon, Vic 5. Kate Riley, Vic 5.Catherine McInerney, Vic 6. Deborah Richards, Vic 6. Christine Twomey, NSW 7. Elizabeth Georgeson, Vic 8. Lisa Masters, Vic 9. Megan Marsh, Vic 10. Maryanne Shaw, NSW WOMen CATegORy 5 WOMen CATegORy 6 WOMen CATegORy 7 ROAD RACe ROAD RACe ROAD RACe 1. Heather Hamling, Vic 1:52:47 1. Philippa Read, Vic 1:25:03 1. Gaye Lynn, NSW 1:25:03 2. Janet Keily, Vic 2. Gayle McCann, NSW 2. Merodi Otto, Tas 3. Susan Tierney, NSW 3. Deborah Visentin, WA 3. Robyn Ryan, Qld 4. Stephanie Frawley, SA 4. Jennifer Sammons, WA 4. Rosemary Hastings, NSW 5. Jennifer Massey, NSW 6. Anne Gourley, Vic
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 93Men CATegORy 1 Men CATegORy 2 Men CATegORy 3 Men CATegORy 4CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM1. Shannon Johnson, Vic 48:45 1. Timothy Dalgliesh, Qld 48:16 1. Richard Allen, NSW 48:32 1. Stephen Fairless, Vic 49:002. Simon McCarroll, NSW 2. Adam Simonelli, Qld 2. Damian Mason, NSW 2. Anthony Fitzpatrick, Vic3. Nathan Bonarius, NSW 3. Lucas Nicholl, Qld 3. Scott Butler, NSW 3. Roy Clark, Vic4. Miha Remec, NSW 4. Alex Gardner, NSW 4. Ciaran Jones, Vic 4. Richard Woods, WA5. Craig Hibbard, NSW 5. Brian Fish, ADF 5. Kornelis Sietsma, NSW 5. Chris Halley, Vic 6. John Murazak, Qld 6. Craig Johnson, Vic 6. Andre Clayden, Qld 7. Scott Townsend, Vic 7. Paul Nyko, Vic 7. Bruce Snell, Qld 8. Jason Kruger, Vic 8. Baden Burke, ACT 8. Stewart Imrie, NZL 9. Matthew Dec, WA 9. Boyd Friss, Vic 9. Robert Langridge, ACT 10. Jason Minato, NSW 10. Trent Brown, Vic 10. Stuart Wallace, VicMen CATegORy 5 Men CATegORy 6 Men CATegORy 7 Men CATegORy 8CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM1. Lewis Marshall, Qld 38:43 1. Gordon Patrick, Vic 39:16 1. Bryan Walsh, Vic 41:03 1. David Wheeler, NSW 41:032. Raymond Griffin, NSW 2. Shane Dove, Vic 2. Trevor Rust, Vic 2. Mario Machado, AVCC3. Grant Blake, Vic 3. Ramon Cardosi, Vic 3. Bruce Will, Vic 3. Colin Maciver, NSW4. Raymond Jarratt, Vic 4. Kevin Goodman, NSW 4. Michael Phillipson, Vic 4. Leslie Preston, Qld5. Gary Groves, NZL 5. Brad Daly, Vic 5. Donald Blackman, NSW 5. Raymond Appleby, Tas6. Paul Ambry, Vic 6. Peter Watts, Qld 6. Ron Jacobson, Vic 6. Bernard Grealy, Vic7. Peter Budd, NSW 7. Roger Cull, NSW 7. Chass Matters, Qld8. Mark Gardner, Vic 8. Ian Lovell, NSW 8. Malcolm Scott-Logan, NSW9.Brett Lindstrom, Vic 9. Kevin Feely, Vic 9. Hugh Gray, NSW10. Glen Hutchinson, Vic 10. Graham Tierney, NSW 10. Daniel Ives, VicMen CATegORy 9 Men CATegORy 10CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM1. Martin Peeters, Vic 42:19 1. Evan Elliott, NSW 42:212. Malcolm Powell, Vic 2. Warren Molloy, NSW3. Geoff Wilson, Qld 3. John Griffin, NSWWOMen CATegORy 1 WOMen CATegORy 2 WOMen CATegORy 3 WOMen CATegORy 4CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM1. Rachel Ward, Vic 36:49 1. Melina Bernecker, AVCC 36:47 1. Maria Prosperi, NSW 39:35 1. Linda White, Qld 39:352. Nadine le Mescam, Vic 2. Susan Henry, NSW 2. Jodie Batchelor, Vic 2. Lee Sheather, ACT 3. Leigh-Anne Dynon, Vic 3. Sonia Throssell, Vic 3. Christine Twomey, NSW 4. Melinda Symon, Qld 4. Kate Riley, Vic 4. Catherine McInerney, Vic 5. Claire Stevens, Vic 5. Alison Raaymakers, Vic 5. Elizabeth Hall, Vic 6. Lisa Hanley, Vic 6. Nathalie Fraser, NSW 7. Lisa Masters, VicWOMen CATegORy 5 WOMen CATegORy 6 WOMen CATegORy 7CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM CRiTeRiUM1. Heather Hamling, Vic 42:09 1. Philippa Read, Vic 42:10 1. Gaye Lynn, NSW2. Susan Tierney, NSW 2. Gayle McCann, NSW 2. Rosemary Hastings, NSW3. Jennifer Massey, NSW 3. Deborah Visentin, WA 3. Robyn Ryan, Qld4. Stephanie Frawley, SA 4. Jennifer Sammons, WA5. Anne Jones, SA
    • 94 SCODy CyCLING AuSTRALIA TRACk nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS, SyDNEy, NSW 2-7 FEBRuARy 2011 Men SpRinT WOMen SpRinT U19 Men SpRinT U19 WOMen SpRinT 1. Shane Perkins, Vic 1. Anna Meares, SA 1. Timothy McMillan, NSW 1. Adele Sylvester, Vic 2. Scott Sunderland, WA 2. Kaarle McCulloch, NSW 2. Jaron Gardiner, Vic 2. Allee Proud, WA 3. Matthew Glaetzer, SA 3. Cassandra Kell, NSW 3. Luke Parker, Vic 3. Imogen Jelbart, Vic 5. Peter Lewis, NSW 4. Stephanie Morton, SA 4. Nathan Hart, ACT 4. Caitlin Ward, Vic 6. Alex Bird, ACT 5. Apryl Eppinger, PHI 5. Jacob Schmid, Vic 5. Rikki Belder, SA 7. Andrew Taylor, NSW 6. Holly Williams, WA 6. Emerson Harwood, Vic 6. Madison Law, NSW 7. Catherine Culvenor, ACT 7. Luke Zaccaria, WA 7. Imogen Hines, NSW 8. Ben Young, NSW 8. Micaela Hogan, NSW Men TiMe TRiAl WOMen TiMe TRiAl U19 Men TiMe TRiAl U19 WOMen TiMe TRiAl 1. Jackson-Leigh Rathbone, NSW 1. Kaarle McCulloch, NSW 34.465 1. Rick Sanders, Vic 1:04.653 1. Adele Sylvester, Vic 36.014 1:03.335 2. Stephanie Morton, SA 36.005 2. Jaron Gardiner, Vic 1:04.741 2. Taylah Jennings, Qld 36.242 2. Scott Law, NSW 1:03.360 3. Holly Williams, WA 37.078 3. Timothy McMillan, NSW 1:05.942 3. Rikki Belder, SA 36.950 3. James Glasspool, SA 1:03.664 4. Catherine Culvenor, ACT 37.187 4. Jacob Schmid, Vic 1:06.160 4. Imogen Jelbart, Vic 37.155 4. Paul Fellows, ACT 1:05.521 4. Apryl Eppinger, PHI 37.589 5. Jesse Kerrison, Qld 1:06.400 5. Allee Proud, WA 37.578 5. Luke Ockerby, Tas 1:06.192 5. Jessica Laws, Vic 38.236 6. Trent Derecourt, WA 1:07.579 6. Caitlin Ward, Vic 37.609 6. Alexander Trumble, WA 1:06.436 7. Edward Coad, SA 1:09.261 7. Madison Law, NSW 37.689 8. Imogen Hines, NSW 39.747 9. Micaela Hogan, NSW 40.177 Men keiRin WOMen keiRin U19 Men keiRin U19 WOMen keiRin 1. Shane Perkins, Vic 10.544 1. Anna Meares, SA 11.719 1. Timothy McMillan, NSW 10.820 1. Taylah Jennings, Qld 12.096 2. Jason Niblett, Vic 2. Stephanie Morton, SA 2. Luke Zaccaria, WA 2. Imogen Jelbart, Vic 3. Andrew Taylor, NSW 3. Holly Williams, WA 3. Luke Parker, Vic 3. Rikki Belder, SA 4. Alex Bird, ACT 4. Kaarle McCulloch, NSW 4. Ben Young, NSW 4. Adele Sylvester, Vic 5. Mitchell Bullen, NSW 5. Cassandra Kell, NSW 5. Jaron Gardiner, Vic 5. Madison Law, NSW 6. Peter Lewis, NSW 6. Apryl Eppinger, PHI 6. Allee Proud, WA 7. Scott Sunderland, WA 7. Shannon McCurley, IRE 8. Matthew Glaetzer, SA 8. Jessica Laws, Vic 9. Paul Fellows, ACT 9. Catherine Culvenor, ACT 10. Gary Ryan, ACT Men inDiViDUAl WOMen inDiViDUAl U19 Men inDiViDUAl U19 WOMen inDiViDUAl pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT 1. Jack Bobridge, SA 4:15. 533 1. Josephine Tomic, WA 3:35. 829 1. Jackson Law, NSW 3:17. 913 1. Emily Roper, Qld 2:28. 721 2. Rohan Dennis, SA 4:17. 482 2. Amy Cure, Tas 3:39. 000 2. Alexander Morgan, Vic 3:20. 062 2. Letitia Custance, SA 2:31. 836 3. Michael Hepburn, Qld 4:18. 048 3. Melissa Hoskins, WA 3:41. 065 3. Jack Cummings, Vic 3:19. 698 3. Taylah Jennings, Qld 2:30. 348 4. Luke Durbridge, WA 4:23. 870 4. Katherine Bates, NSW 3:44. 214 4. Tirian McManus, NSW 3:21. 821 4. Georgia Baker, Tas 2:31. 116 5. Mitchell Lovelock-Fay, ACT 3:26. 608 5. Shara Gillow, Qld 3:43. 618 5. Alex Edmondson, SA 3:19. 970 5. Alexandra O’Dea, Qld 2:29. 141 6. Mitchell Mulhern, Qld 4:27. 175 6. Carly Light, SA 3:44. 545 6. Rick Sanders, Vic 3:20. 083 6. Allison Rice, ACT 2:29. 902 7. Aaron Donnelly, NSW 4:29. 438 7. Annette Edmondson, SA 3:45. 188 7. Mitchell Benson, WA 3:20. 735 7. Jessica Mundy, SA 2:32. 164 8. Brent Nelson, Vic 4:30. 287 8. Rachel Neylan, SA 3:44. 418 8. Nicholas Schultz, Qld 3:21. 334 8. Jessica Allen, WA 2:33. 186 9. Jordan Kerby, Qld 4:31. 496 9. Isabella King, WA 3:45. 509 9. Evan Hull, Vic 3:21. 905 9. Stephanie Hansen, Vic 2:33. 237 10. Benjamin Harvey, NSW 4:31. 706 10. Jack Beckinsale, NSW 3:22. 199 10. Lauretta Hanson, Vic 2:36. 762 Men SCRATCh RACe WOMen SCRATCh RACe U19 Men SCRATCh RACe U19 WOMen SCRATCh RACe 1. Scott Law, NSW 17:42 1. Annette Edmondson, SA 13:15 1. Rick Sanders, Vic 12:00 1. Taylah Jennings, Qld 9:47 2. Stephen Hall, WA 2. Shannon McCurley, IRE 2. Tirian McManus, NSW 2. Alexandra O’Dea, Qld 3. Glenn O’Shea, SA 3. Amy Cure, Tas 3. Caleb Ewan, NSW 3. Allison Rice, ACT 4. Mitchell Lovelock-Fay, ACT 4. Isabella King, WA 4. Jesse Kerrison, Qld 4. Georgia Baker, Tas 5. Luke Durbridge, WA 5. Josephine Tomic, WA 5. Mitchell Benson, WA 5. Stephanie Hansen, Vic 6. Jackson-Leigh Rathbone, NSW 6. Melissa Hoskins, WA 6. George Tansley, SA 6. Jessica Allen, WA 7. Ashlee Ankudinoff, NSW 7. Alex Clements, Tas 7. Jessica Mundy, SA 8. Emma Lawson, Tas 8. Bradley Linfield, WA 8. Kirsty Mills, NSW 9. Elizabeth Georgouras, SA 9. Jack Cummings, Vic 9. Kayla Salopek, NSW 10. Sinead Noonan, SA 10. Nicholas Graham-Dawson, WA 10. Lauretta Hanson, Vic
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 95Men pOinTS RACe WOMen pOinTS RACe U19 Men pOinTS RACe U19 WOMen pOinTS RACe1. Luke Durbridge, WA 1. Josephine Tomic, WA 1. Caleb Ewan, NSW 1. Jessica Allen, WA2. Glenn O’Shea, SA 2. Melissa Hoskins, WA 2. Nicholas Schultz, Qld 2. Taylah Jennings, Qld3. Michael Hepburn, Qld 3. Amy Cure, Tas 3. Miles Scotson, SA 3. Georgia Baker, Tas4. Sean Finning, Vic 4. Annette Edmondson, SA 4. Trent Derecourt, WA 4. Kirsty Mills, NSW5. Mitchell Lovelock-Fay, ACT 5. Emma Lawson, Tas 5. Jackson Law, NSW 5. Jessica Mundy, SA6. Damien Howson, SA 6. Sinead Noonan, SA 6. Tirian McManus, NSW 6. Stephanie Hansen, Vic7. Jackson-Leigh Rathbone, NSW 7. Jack Cummings, Vic 7. Allison Rice, ACT8. Brent Nelson, Vic 8. Alexander Edmondson, SA 8. Alexandra O’Dea, Qld9. Stephen Hall, WA 9. Alex Clements, Tas10. Aaron Donnelly, NSWMen OMniUM WOMen OMniUM U19 Men OMniUM U19 WOMen OMniUM1. Scott Law, NSW 1. Annette Edmondson, SA 1. Caleb Ewan, NSW 1. Taylah Jennings, Qld2. Luke Ockerby, Tas 2. Melissa Hoskins, WA 2. Rick Sanders, Vic 2. Emily Roper, Qld3. Ben Harvey, NSW 3. Isabella King, WA 3. Tirian McManus, NSW 3. Alexandra O’Dea, Qld4. Brent Nelson, Vic 4. Ashlee Ankudinoff, NSW 4. Jesse Kerrison, Qld 4. Allison Rice, ACT5. Michael Freiberg, WA 5. Amy Cure, Tas 5. Alexander Edmondson, SA 5. Georgia Baker, Tas6. Jackson-Leigh Rathbone, NSW 6. Katherine Bates, NSW 6. Jack Cummings, Vic 6. Jessica Allen, WA7. Stephen Hall, WA 7. Elizabeth Georgouras, SA 7. Evan Hull, Vic 7. Jessica Mundy, SA8. Edward Bissaker, SA 8. Emma Lawson, Tas 8. Trent Derecourt, WA 8. Imogen Jelbart, Vic9. Damien Howson, SA 9. George Tansley, SA 9. Kirsty Mills, NSW10. Peter Loft, Tas 10. Alex Clements, Tas 10. Kayla Salopek, NSWMen MADiSOn U19 Men MADiSOn1. Jack Bobridge/Cameron Meyer, AUS 1. Caleb Ewan/Jackson Law, NSW2. Peter Schep/Nick Stopler, NED 2. Alex Edmondson/George Tansley, SA3. Alex Carver/Scott Law, AUS 3. Mitchell Benson/N Graham-4. George Tansley/Alex Edmondson, AUS Dawson, WA5. Jordan Kerby/Jackson Law, AUS 4. Jack Beckinsale/Tirian McManus,6. Mitchell Benson/Adam Semple, AUS NSW7. Sam Witmitz/Mark O’Brien, AUS 5. Phillip Mundy/Miles Scotson, SA8. Tom Leaper/Brent Nelson, AUS9. Robert-Jon McCarthy/Miles Scotson, AUS10. Jamie Crass/Damien Howson, AUSMen TeAM SpRinT WOMen TeAM SpRinT U19 Men TeAM SpRinT1. South Australia 44.838 1. NSW 34.132 1. Victoria 46.457 (Nathan Corrigan-Martella, (Cassandra Kell, Kaarle McCulloch) (Jaron Gardiner, Luke Parker, Matthew Glaetzer, 2. South Australia 34. 735 Jacob Schmid) James Glasspool) (Anna Meares, Stephanie Morton) 2. NSW 48.1182. NSW 45.437 3. Western Australia 36.159 (Timothy McMillan, (Mitchell Bullen, Peter Lewis, (Holly Williams, Allee Proud) Mathew Ryan, Ben Young) Andrew Taylor) 3. Western Australia 48.178 4. Victoria 36.7083. ACT 45.630 (Adele Sylvester, Caitlin Ward) (Jack Ward, Luke Zaccaria, (Alex Bird, Paul Fellows, Mitchell Benson) Gary Ryan) 4. South Australia 49.1354. Western Australia 47.078 (Edward Coad, Ben Fergusson, (J Bathe, Scott Sunderland, Robert-Jon McCarthy) Alex Trumble)
    • 96 SCODy CyCLING AuSTRALIA TRACk nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS, SyDNEy, NSW 2-7 FEBRuARy 2011 Men TeAMS pURSUiT WOMen TeAMS pURSUiT U19 Men TeAMS pURSUiT 1. South Australia 4:02.389 1. Western Australia 3:21.427 1. Victoria (Alex Edmondson, Rohan Dennis (Melissa Hoskins, Isabella King, (Jack Cummings, Evan Hull, Damien Howson, Glenn O’Shea) Josephine Tomic) Alexander Morgan, Rick Sanders) 2. Queensland 4:04.855 2. Tasmania caught at 2 laps to go 2. NSW 4:06.454 (Michael Hepburn, Jordan Kerby, (Amy Cure, Emma Lawson, (Jack Beckinsale, Caleb Ewan, Mitchell Mulhern, Nicholas Georgia Baker) Jackson Law, Tirian McManus) Schultz) 3. South Australia 3:31.593 3. Western Australia 4:13.696 3. Western Australia 4:08.321 (Annette Edmondson, Carly Light, (Mitchell Banson, Trent (Luke Durbridge, Michael Freiberg, Letitia Custance) Derecourt, N Graham-Dawson, Stephen Hall, Glenn Harris) 4. Queensland 3:32.310 Bradley Linfield) 4. Victoria 4:11.175 (Taylah Jennings, Alexandra O’Dea, (Jack Cummings, Evan Hull, Emily Roper) Alex Morgan, Rick Sanders) C5 Men TiMe TRiAl C4 Men TiMe TRiAl C2 Men TiMe TRiAl C1 Men TiMe TRiAl 1. Michael Gallagher, Vic 1:10.339 1. Ryan Hughes, Tas 1:15.536 1. Andrew Panazzolo, SA 1:20.364 2. Jarrad Langmead, NSW 1:32.200 2. Alex Simmons, NSW 1:16.694 2. Glen Jarvis, Vic 1:27.917 C4 WOMen TiMe TRiAl C3 WOMen TiMe TRiAl C3 U19 WOMen TiMe C1 WOMen TiMe TRiAl 1. Susan Powell, ACT 40.556 1. Morgan Shaw, WA 53.161 TRiAl 1. Jayme Paris, NSW 48.109 2. Alexandra Green, NSW 46.860 1. Simone Kennedy, NSW 47.917 C5 Men inDiViDUAl C4 Men inDiViDUAl C2 Men inDiViDUAl C1 Men inDiViDUAl pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT 1. Michael Gallagher, Vic 4:41.547 1. Ryan Hughes, Tas 4:58.900 1. Glen Jarvis, Vic 4:39.962 2. Jarrad Langmead, NSW 4:36.159 2. Alex Simmons, NSW 5:08.957 C4 WOMen inDiViDUAl C3 WOMen inDiViDUAl C3 U19 WOMen C1 WOMen inDiViDUAl pURSUiT pURSUiT inDiViDUAl pURSUiT pURSUiT 1. Susan Powell, ACT 4:07.262 Morgan Shaw, WA 5:05.764 3. Simone Kennedy, NSW 4:52.409 1. Jayme Paris, NSW 5:01.764 2. Alexandra Green, NSW 4:25.437 Men’S TAnDeM SpRinT Men’S TAnDeM TiMe Men’S TAnDeM pURSUiT 1. Kieran Modra/David Short, SA TRiAl 1. K Modra/S McPhee, SA 4:27.720 2. Thanh Tu/Chris Pratley, WA 1. B Lindores/S Finning 1:06.325 2. B Lindores/S Finning 4:32.234 3. Joshua Clark/Jeremy McClure, WA 2. T Tu/C Pratley, WA 1:14.617 3. T Tu/C Pratley, WA 5:18.950 3. J Clark/J McClure, WA 1:14.643 4. J Clark/J McClure, WA 5:26.581 WOMen’S TAnDeM WOMen’S TAnDeM TiMe WOMen’S TAnDeM SpRinT TRiAl pURSUiT 1. Felicity Johnson/Stephanie 1. F Johnson/S Morton, SA 1:09.999 1. B O’Connor/K Knowler, ACT 3:41.781 Morton, SA 2. B O’Connor/K Knowler, ACT 2. A O’Connor/V Dilley, WA 3:54.444 2. Amanda O’Connor/Victoria Dilley, 1:14.113 WA 3. A O’Connor/V Dilley, WA 1:16.370
    • CyCLING AuSTRALIA JUniOR TRACk nATiOnAlChAMpiOnShipS, SyDNEy, NSW 9717-19 MARCH 2011U17 Men SpRinT U17 WOMen SpRinT U15 Men SpRinT U15 WOMen SpRinT1. Michael Docker, NSW 1. Rebecca Dunn, NSW 1. Jeone Park, SA 1. Courtney Field, Vic2. Alexander Radzikiewicz, SA 2. Ruby Greig-Hurtig, Vic 2. Matthew Jackson, WA 2. Kiara Dundas, Qld3. Brae Mapson, Vic 3. Tian Beckett, WA 3. Gary Ramshaw, WA 3. Bridget Mullany, NSW4. Travis Smedley, NSW 4. Lara Batkin, NSW 4. Darcy Pirotta, WA 4. Tahlay Christie, WA5. Max Housden, NSW 5. Holly Heffernan, NSW 5. Cameron Scott, NSW 5. Hollee Simons, NSW6. Jai Angsuthasawit, SA 6. Elissa Wundersitz, WA 6. Angus Flood, Vic 6. Brook Ramshaw, WA7. Jack Hickey, Vic 7. Lauren Perry, Tas 7. Caiden Hull, Vic 7. Jemila Anderson, WA8. Braeden Dean, Vic 8. Tennille Falappi, QldU17 Men TiMe TRiAl U17 WOMen TiMe TRiAl U15 Men TiMe TRiAl U15 WOMen TiMe TRiAl1. Alexander Radzikiewicz, SA 33.923 1. Ruby Greig-Hurtig, Vic 37.906 1. Jeone Park, SA 35.329 1. Courtney Field, Vic 37.5892. Max Housden, NSW 34.182 2. Tennille Falappi, Qld 37.924 2. Gary Ramshaw, WA 36.731 2. Samantha McNally, ACT 39.2963. Travis Smedley, NSW 34.447 3. Rebecca Dunn, NSW 37.969 3. Darcy Pirotta, WA 36.847 3. Bridget Mullany, NSW 39.3614. Brae Mapson, Vic 34.513 4. Tian Beckett, WA 38.592 4. Matthew Jackson, WA 36.984 4. Kiara Dundas, Qld 39.5435. Michael Docker, NSW 34. 538 5. Holly Heffernan, NSW 38.818 5. Angus Flood, Vic 37.731 5. Emma Bilston, Vic 39.8906. Zac Shaw, Vic 35.175 6. Josie Talbot, NSW 39.005 6. James Robinson, Tas 37.787 6. Chloe Baggs, Vic 40.6537. Michael Rice, ACT 35.231 7. Emily Apolito, Vic 39.035 7. Cameron Scott, NSW 37.933 7. Brook Ramshaw, WA 40.7458. Patrick Constable, SA 35.289 8. Macey Stewart, Tas 39.161 8. Kurt Santagada, Vic 38.474 8. Tahlay Christie, WA 41.5409. Jai Angsuthasawit, SA 35.311 9. Elissa Wundersitz, WA 39.292 9. Peiden Telfer, NSW 38.518 9. Hollee Simons, NSW 41.65710. Braeden Dean, Vic 35.362 10. Lara Batkin, NSW 39.309 10. Caiden Hull, Vic 38.887 10. Ashleigh Hocking, Vic 42.250U17 Men inDiViDUAl U17 WOMen inDiViDUAl U15 Men inDiViDUAl U15 WOMen inDiViDUAlpURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT1. Michael Rice, ACT 2:22.814 1. Kelsey Robson, WA 2:34.434 1. Matthew Jackson, WA 2:31.465 1. Emma Bilston, Vic 2:46.2252. Jack Edwards, NSW 2:24.345 2. Josie Talbot, NSW 2:36.611 2. Darcy Pirotta, WA 2:33.704 2. Bridget Mullany, NSW 2:47.1253. Zac Shaw, Vic 2:23.929 3. Lucy Kirk, ACT 2:39.857 3. James Robinson, Tas 2:32.843 3. Hollee Simons, NSW 2:48.1294. Owen Gillott, Qld 2:25.208 4. Samantha Fromentin, SA 2:40.321 4. Gary Ramshaw, WA 2:33.540 4. T ori Saunders, NSW 2:49.3735. Callum Scotson, SA 2:25.076 5. Lauren Perry, Tas 2:40.191 5. Samuel Jenner, NSW 2:37.660 5. Niken Jefferies, WA 2:50.3896. Mathew Ross, Vic 2:25.090 6. Hayley Jones, Qld 2:40.549 6. Caiden Hull, Vic 2:38.913 6. Jemila Anderson, WA 2:50.7417. Joshua Harrison, SA 2:25.198 7. Macey Stewart, Tas 2:41.029 7. Peiden Telfer, NSW 2:39.784 7. Brook Ramshaw, WA 2:52.4808. Luke Vitler, WA 2:26.093 8. Elissa Wundersitz, WA 2:41.963 8. Carter Jewell, Qld 2:40.735 8. Chloe Baggs, Vic 2:53.6489. Joshua Lind, ACT 2:26.193 9. Stacey Riedel, SA 2:42.167 9. Jackson Carman, Qld 2:40.858 9. Tahlay Christie, WA 2:54.04010. Brendon Meney, WA 2:26.349 10. Laura Triggs, NSW 2:42.449 10. Angus Flood, Vic 2:41.142 10. Samantha McNally, ACT 2:55.585U17 Men SCRATCh RACe U17 WOMen SCRATCh U15 Men SCRATCh RACe U15 WOMen SCRATCh1. Bradley Heffernan, NSW 9:22 RACe 1. Matthew Jackson, WA 6:23 RACe2. Joshua Harrison, SA 1. Josie Talbot, NSW 6:56 2. Darcy Pirotta, WA 1. Courtney Field, Vic 7:143. Michael Rice, ACT 2. Rebecca Dunn, NSW 3. Cameron Scott, NSW 2. Hollee Simons, NSW4. Jack Edwards, NSW 3. Ruby Greig-Hurtig, Vic 4. Thomas Verley-Donk, Vic 3. Kiara Dundas, Qld5. Theodore Yates, WA 4. Lauren Perry, Tas 5. Jeone Park, SA 4. Niken Jefferies, WA6. Callum Scotson, SA 5. Tian Beckett, WA 6. Peiden Telfer, NSW 5. Bridget Mullany, NSW7. Callum Munro, Tas 6. Amy Cundy, Qld 6. Kellie Schouten, Tas8. Douglas Torr, Qld 7. Macey Stewart, Tas 7. Emma Bilston, Vic9. Daniel Lowe, Qld 8. Carla Franson, SA 8. Jemila Anderson, WA10. Braeden Dean, Vic 9. Maddy Marshall, ACT 9. Samantha McNally, ACT 10. Emily Wordiethompson, VicU17 Men TeAMS pURSUiT U17 WOMen TeAMS U17 Men TeAM SpRinT U17 WOMen’S TeAM1. Victoria 3:24.732 pURSUiT 1. NSW 49.197 SpRinT (Alistair Donohoe, Jack Hickey, 1. Western Australia 2:31.284 (Michael Docker, Max Housden 1. NSW 37.896 Mathew Ross, Zac Shaw) (Tian Beckett, Kelsey Robson, Travis Smedley) (Rebecca Dunn, Holly Heffernan)2. South Australia 3:25.034 Elissa Wundersitz) 2. Victoria 49.399 2. Western Australia 37.898 (Joshua Harrison, Matthew Holmes, 2. Tasmania 2:31.950 (Braedon Dean, Brae Mapson, (Tian Beckett, Elissa Wundersitz) Thomas Kaesler, Callum Scotson) (Lauren Perry, Macey Stewart, Zac Shaw) 3. Victoria 38.0203. Western Australia 3:27.072 Rowena Badcock) 3. South Australia 50.775 (Emily Apolito, Ruby Greig-Hurtig) (Theodore Yates, Brendon Meney, 3. NSW 2:32.178 (Jai Angsuthasawit, Patrick 4. Queensland 38.586 Reece Tucknott, Luke Vitler) (Brie Dutton, Josie Talbot, Laura Constable, Alexander Radzikiewicz) (Tennille Falappi, Kiara Dundas)4. Queensland 3:29.944 Triggs) 4. Queensland 50.935 (Daniel Fitter, Owen Gillott, Daniel 4. South Australia 2:34.298 (Daniel Fitter, Jack Ruhle, Douglas Torr) Lowe Joshua Pollock) (Carla Franson, Samantha Fromentin, Holly Takos)
    • 98 CyCLING AuSTRALIA MASTeRS TRACk nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS, SyDNEy, NSW 24-27 MARCH 2011 Men MASTeRS 1 TiMe Men MASTeRS 2 TiMe Men MASTeRS 3 TiMe Men MASTeRS 4 TiMe TRiAl TRiAl TRiAl TRiAl 1. Shane Miller, Vic 1:08.313 1. Andrew Gerber, Qld 1:08.075 1. Gavin White, NSW 48.792 1. Chris Murray, NSW 50.045 2. Craig Hibbard, NSW 1:21.318 2. Mark Jewell, NSW 1:08.373 2. Lou Pascuzzi, Vic 51.615 2. Peter Barnard, NSW 52.506 3. Chris Ray, Vic 1:09.782 3. Shaun Colley, NSW 52.013 3. Graeme Allbon, NSW 52.731 4. Andrew McLean, NSW 1:11.122 4. Daniel Rickard, ACT 52.298 4. Roy Martin, Tas 53.656 5. Wayne Gebert, Vic 1:14.206 5. John Eder, Qld 52.486 5. Geoffrey Baxter, NSW 55.219 6. Dean Benedetti, ADF 1:14.242 6. Scott Butler, NSW 52.568 6. Andrew McKay, NZL 55.515 7. Alan Townsend, NSW 52.806 7. Walter Dapcich, Vic 56.168 8. Richard Wood, SA 53.013 8. Anthony Grech, Vic 56.295 9. Jerome Villegas, ACT 53.357 9. Tony McNulty, Vic 59.574 10. George Lowe, NSW 54.034 Men MASTeRS 5 TiMe Men MASTeRS 6 TiMe Men MASTeRS 7 TiMe Men MASTeRS 8 TiMe TRiAl TRiAl TRiAl TRiAl 1. Geoff Stoker, NSW 34.962 1. David Willmott, NSW 35.090 1. Ron Boyle, Qld 37.050 1. Glen Ion, Qld 38.309 2. Gary Mandy, NSW 35.109 2. Abdel Elshiekh, NSW 37.464 2. Peter Gumbley, Qld 37.699 2. Hugh Gray, NSW 39.443 3. Michael Popplewell, NSW 36.103 3. Anton Wurzer, ACT 37.592 3. Jim Veal, ACT 39.157 3. Angus Hume, Vic 41.335 4. Gerard O’Connell, Qld 36.397 4. David Peacock, SA 38.104 4. John Dixon, WA 39.178 5. David Fairburn, Vic 37.335 5. Damien O’Neill, NSW 38.108 5. Malcolm Clasohm, SA 39.877 6. Michael Eastwood, Tas 37.552 6. James Clarke, Qld 38.406 6. Peter Wykes, Vic 40.223 7. Lewis Marshall, Qld 38.097 7. Peter Sharman, Qld 38.559 7. Charles Dalrymple-Hay, NSW 41.026 8. Raymond Gorrell, ACT 38.805 8. Michael Lawson, NSW 39.146 8. David Duffield, ACT 43.483 9. Ray Box, Vic 38.892 9. James Gray, NSW 39.773 10. Alan Comte, Vic 38.892 10. Anthony Burke, NSW 39.963 Men MASTeRS 9-10 TiMe WOMen MASTeRS 1 WOMen MASTeRS 2 WOMen MASTeRS 3 TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl 1. Alban McGuinness, NSW 42.313 1. Emma Wensing, ACT 41.142 1. Janelle Smith, Tas 38.347 1. Michelle Crawford, NSW 39.339 2.Rodney Wagner, NSW 42.580 2. Sandra Bletchly, Qld 38.974 2. Susan Powell, ACT 40.538 3.Phillip Owen, NSW 44.548 3. Cheryl Hulskamp, ACT 39.228 3. Karen Crabb, NSW 44.041 4. Les Hewitt, NSW 48.337 4. Catherine Hooton, NSW 39.432 5. Jose Rodriguez, NSW 49.025 5. Lee Johns, NSW 39.602 WOMen MASTeRS 4 WOMen MASTeRS 5 WOMen MASTeRS 6 WOMen MASTeRS 7 TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl TiMe TRiAl 1. Julie Barnett, Qld 39.392 1. Lise Benjamin, NSW 39.063 Gai Morgan, NSW 50.626 1. Rosemary Hastings, NSW 45.688 2. Helen Griffiths, Qld 40.401 2. Donna Meehan, NSW 40.308 3. Christine Twomey, NSW 40.522 3. Marian Renshaw, NSW 42.081 4. Joanne Troutman, NSW 41.646 4. Marita Box, Vic 43.682 5. Annie Pitcher, Vic 43.409 WOMen MASTeRS 8 Men MASTeRS 1&2 Men MASTeRS 3 SpRinT Men MASTeRS 4 SpRinT TiMe TRiAl SpRinT 1. Gavin White, NSW 1. Chris Murray, NSW 1. Charlene Smith, Qld 49.825 43.409 1. Mark Jewell, NSW 2. Lou Pascuzzi, Vic 2.Peter Barnard, NSW 2. Andrew Gerber, Qld 3. Shaun Colley, NSW 3. Roy Martin, Tas 3. Brandon Kidner, NSW 4. John Eder, Qld 4. Geoffrey Baxter, NSW 4. Chris Ray, Vic Men MASTeRS 5 SpRinT Men MASTeRS 6 SpRinT Men MASTeRS 7 SpRinT Men MASTeRS 8 SpRinT 1. Geoff Stoker, NSW 1. David Willmott, NSW 1. Peter Gumbley, Qld 1. Glen Ion, Qld 2. Gary Mandy, NSW 2. Damien O’Neill, NSW 2. Ron Boyle, Qld 2. Angus Hume, Vic 3. Gerard O’Connell, Qld 3. Anton Wurzer, ACT 3. Malcolm Clasohm, SA 3. Hugh Gray, NSW 4. Michael Popplewell, NSW 4. David Peacock, SA 4. Jim Veal, ACT
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 99Men MASTeRS 9&10 WOMen MASTeRS 1-2 WOMen MASTeRS 3 WOMen MASTeRS 4SpRinT SpRinT SpRinT SpRinT1. Rodney Wagner, NSW 1. Jenelle Smith, Tas 1. Michelle Crawford, NSW 1. Julie Barnett, Qld2. Desmond Kidd, NSW 2. Sandra Bletchly, Qld 2. Susan Powell, ACT 2. Kerran Oates, SA3. Les Hewitt, NSW 3. Catherine Hooton, NSW 3. Linda Banks, ACT 3. Joanne Troutman, NSW 4. Cheryl Hulskamp, ACT 4. Annie Pitcher, VicWOMen MASTeRS 5 Men MASTeRS 1 pURSUiT Men MASTeRS 2 pURSUiT Men MASTeRS 3 pURSUiTSpRinT 1. Shane Miller, Vic 3:33.027 1. Andrew Gerber, Qld 3:28.780 1. David Stevens, NSW 3:29.4041. Lise Benjamin, NSW 2. Matthew Wallman, NSW 2. Tom Leaper, Vic 3:30.249 2. Andrew Patten, Qld 3:33.1612. Marian Renshaw, NSW 3. Mark Jewell, NSW 3:39.160 3. Pedro Turibaka, WA 3:40.0173. Marita Box, Vic 4. Timothy Bateman, NSW 3:42.288 4. Scott Butler, NSW 3:36.178 5. Jared Mills, NSW 3:40.853 5. Michael O’Brien, NSW 3:43.401 6. Scott Hamilton, NSW 3:50.411 6. Stan Genakis, NSW 3:43.821 7. Anthony New, NSW 4:37.621 7. Ian Gardiner, NSW 3:46.266 8. Richard Wood, SA 3:46.291 9. Daniel Hennessy, NSW 3:46.729 10. Richard Mcardle, NSW 3:48.934Men MASTeRS 4 pURSUi Men MASTeRS 5 pURSUiT Men MASTeRS 6 pURSUiT Men MASTeRS 7 pURSUiT1. Martin Taube, Vic 3:36.010 1. Nicholas Chadderton, Vic 2:24.133 1. Peter Sharman, Qld 2:33.150 1. Peter Gumbley, Qld 2:31.1872. Graeme Allbon, NSW 2. Mark Harris, ACT 2:25.111 2. Abdel Elshiekh, NSW 2:33.605 2. Ross Hodgson, NSW 2:32.8163. Andrew McKay, NZL 3:46.792 3. David Fairburn, Vic 2:26.348 3. Anton Wurzer, ACT 2:33.191 3. Malcolm Clasohm, SA 2:38.0804. Tony Unicomb, NSW 3:48.849 4. Simon Lusk, NZL 2:26.854 4. Michael Lawson, NSW 2:37.548 4. Jim Veal, ACT 2:41.372 5. Steve Darracott, NSW 2:26.749 5. James Clarke, Qld 2:44.419 5. Jeff Smith, NSW 2:45.674 6. Lewis Marshall, Qld 2:27.641 6. Charles Dalrymple-Hay, NSW 2:55.449 7. Michael Eastwood, Tas 2:29.005 8. Mark Arnold, NSW 2:29.451 9. Peter Verhoeven, NSW 2:33.240 10. Alan Comte, Vic 2:36.690Men MASTeRS 8 pURSUiT WOMen MASTeRS 1 WOMen MASTeRS 2 WOMen MASTeRS 31. Glen Ion, Qld 2:37.481 pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT2. Hugh Gray, NSW 2:44.196 1. Toireasa Gallagher, NSW 2:39.293 1. Sandra Bletchly, Qld 2:38.317 1. Michelle Crawford, NSW 2:31.8883. John Crouchley, NSW 2:24.381 2. Emma Wensing, ACT 2:47.174 2. Catherine Hooton, NSW 2:42.356 2. Kerry Knowler, ACT 2:32.2624. Michael Sales, NSW 2:25.104 3. Cheryl Hulskamp, ACT 3. Susan Powell, ACT 2:43.623 4. Melinda Symon, QldWOMen MASTeRS 4 WOMen MASTeRS 5 WOMen MASTeRS 6 WOMen MASTeRS 7pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT1. Helen Griffiths, Qld 1. Donna Meehan, NSW 2:44.441 Gai Monahan, NSW 3:26.753 1. Rosemary Hastings, NSW 2:59.7202. Annie Pitcher, Vic 2. Marian Renshaw, NSW3. Maryanne Shaw, NSW 2:58.933 3. Dorothy Grace, NSWMen MASTeRS 1 SCRATCh Men MASTeRS 2 SCRATCh Men MASTeRS 3 pOinTS Men MASTeRS 4 pOinTSRACe RACe RACe RACe1. Matthew Wallman, NSW 1. Mark Jewell, NSW 1. David Stevens, NSW 1. Geoffrey Baxter, NSW2. Craig Hibbard, NSW 2. Damian Harris, Vic 2. Michael O’Brien, NSW 2. Graeme Allbon, NSW 3. Jared Mills, NSW 3. Scott Suine, NSW 3. Tony Unicomb, NSW 4. Scott Hamilton, NSW 4. Daniel Hennessy, NSW 4. Andrew McKay, NZL 5. Dean Benedetti, ADF 5. Darren Cash, NSW 5. Jeffrey Gray, NSW 6. Wayne Gebert, Vic 6. Richard Wood, SA 6. Anthony O’Connor, ACT 7. Brett Fenton, NSW 7. Steven Jones, ACT 8. Stewart Campbell, NSW 8. Walter Dapcich, Vic 9. Simon Niemeyer, ACT 9. Anthony Grech, Vic 10. Ricard McArdle, NSW 10. Andre Clayden, Qld
    • 100 CyCLING AuSTRALIA MASTeRS TRACk nATiOnAl ChAMpiOnShipS, SyDNEy, NSW 24-27 MARCH 2011 Men MASTeRS 5 pOinTS Men MASTeRS 6 SCRATCh Men MASTeRS 7 SCRATCh Men MASTeRS 8 SCRATCh RACe RACe RACe RACe 1. Mark Harris, ACT 1. David Willmott, NSW 1. Peter Gumbley, Qld 1. Glen Ion, Qld 2. Steve Darracott, NSW 2. David Peacock, SA 2. Ron Boyle, Qld 2. Hugh Gray, NSW 3. Michael Clement, NSW 3. Michael Lawson, NSW 3. Jeff Smith, NSW 3. John Crouchley, NSW 4. Lewis Marshall, Qld 4. Peter Sharman, Qld 4. Malcolm Clasohm, SA 5. Alan Comte, Vic 5. Adbel Elshiekh, NSW 5. Graham Stait, NSW 6. Peter Verhoeven, NSW 6. James Gray, NSW 6. Jim Veal, ACT 7. Peter Annear, Vic 7. Douglas Cameron, NZL 8. Stephen Joyce, NSW 8. Anton Wurzer, ACT Men MASTeRS 9 SCRATCh WOMen MASTeRS 1-3 WOMen MASTeRS 4-9 Men’S TeAM SpRinT RACe SCRATCh RACe SCRATCh RACe 1. Stoker/Willmott/White 48.247 1.David Gee, NSW 1. Michelle Crawford, NSW 1. Lise Benjamin, NSW 2. Mandy/Jewell/Murray 50.014 2.Rodney Wagner, NSW 2. Sandra Bletchly, Qld 2. Julie Barnett, Qld 3. Butler/Barnard/Townsend 50.690 3. Trudy van der Straaten, NSW 3. Christine Twomey, NSW 4. Baxter/Meehan/O’Brien 53.920 4. Kerry Knowler, ACT 4. Joanne Troutman, NSW 5. Cheryl Hulskamp, ACT 5. Annie Pitcher, Vic 6. Toireasa Gallagher, NSW 6. Donna Meehan, NSW 7. Catherine Hooton, NSW 7. Marian Renshaw, NSW 8. Susan Powell, ACT 9. Linda Banks, ACT 10. Emma Wensing, ACT WOMen’S TeAM SpRinT 1. J Smith / S Bletchly 2. M Crawford / L Johns 38.220 3. S Powell / K Knowler 38.918 4. L Benjamin / D Meehan 39.348 AuSTRALIAN BMX ChAMpiOnShipS CAIRNS, QuEENSLAND 27 APRIL-1 MAy 2011 eliTe Men eliTe WOMen U19 Men U19 WOMen 1. Sam Willoughby, SA S5.353 1. Caroline Buchanan, ACT 40.570 1. Darryn Goodwin, WA 37.342 1. Melinda McLeod, Qld 42.006 2. Brian Kirkham, SA 35.888 2. Lauren Reynolds, WA 42.421 2. Bodi Turner, Vic 37.790 2. Madison Janssen, Qld 43.489 3. Joshua Callan, Vic 36.151 3. Rachel Bracken, Qld 42.421 3. Corey Frieswyk, Qld 38.114 3. Leanna Curtis, NSW 44.267 4. Thomas Hubert, NSW 36.683 4. Kirsten Dellar, WA 44.577 4. Joseph Costa, Qld 38.594 4. Lacey Oliver, Qld 44.282 5. Khalen Young, WA 37.012 5.Kelly Percy, Qld 44.802 5. Joshua Lathwell, WA 38.842 5. Gemma Sloane, Qld 45.118 6. Matthew Dunsworth, Vic 37.716 6. Cherie Simpson, Qld 45.147 6. Corey Gould, Qld 39.248 6. Nicole Docherty, NSW 45.557 7. Anthony Dean, SA 38.252 7. Catherine Hopkins, WA 45.709 7. Luke Hombsch, Qld 39.582 7. Liza Dunn, SA 45.597 8. Michael Robinson, Qld DNF 8. Jonathon Geck, Qld 40.373 8. Teagan Staines, WA 47.055
    • AuSTRALIAN MOUnTAin Bike ChAMpiOnShipSADELAIDE, SA22-27 JANuARy 2011 101XC eliTe Men XC U23 Men XC U19 Men XC U17 Men1. Chris Jongewaard, SA 1:43:50.9 1. Paul van der Ploeg, Vic 1:34:34.9 1. Ryan Standish, NT 1:18:22.5 1. Ben Bradley, Tas 1:06:20.42. Lachlan Norris, Vic 1:44:01.1 2. Luke Fetch, Vic 1:34:55.1 2. Billy Sewell, NSW 1:19:01.2 2. Reece Tucknott, WA 1:08:52.33. Aiden Lefmann, Qld 1:48:59.0 3. Tenton Day, NSW 1:37:05.6 3. Christopher Aitken, NSW 1:21:22.2 3. Jack Jarvis, NSW 1:10:03.74. Andrew Blair, NSW 1:49:53.2 4. Charlton Durie, NSW 1:38:17.1 4. James Hanus, SA 1:22:11.5 4. Tristan Ward, NSW 1:11:16.55. Shaun Lewis, ACT 1:50:49.9 5. Kyle Ward, NSW 1:39:03.1 5. Rowan Brown, WA 1:24:08.4 5. Hamish Prosser, ACT 1:15:07.16. Adrian Jackson, Vic 1:51:47.3 6. Merlin Spranz, SA 1:39:10.9 6. Alexander Meyland, Vic 1:25:33.1 6. P McKellar Stewart, NSW 1:15:46.17. Scott Liston, Vic 1:52:06.5 7. Cameron Ivory, NSW 1:40:20.9 7. Jacob Langham, Tas 1:27:31.7 7. Tasman Nankervis, Vic 1:16:13.18. Ben Henderson, ACT 1:52:45.4 8. Travis Frisby, SA 1:40:22.2 8. Nelson Tilley, Qld 1:28:28.6 8. Felix Smalley, Vic 1:16:31.19. Daniel McConnell, Vic 1:55:26.1 9. Brendan Johnston, NSW 1:44:58.1 9. Daniel McDonald, NSW 1:29:10.2 9. Jack Allison, SA 1:16:44.310. Garry Millburn, NSW 1:55:26.9 10. Josh Prentice, NSW 1:45:04.8 10. Sebastian Jayne, NSW 1:29:34.1 10. Will Marnane, Qld 1:16:47.3XC U15 Men XC VeTeRAn Men XC MASTeRS Men XC SUpeR MASTeRS Men1. Darcy Pirotta, WA 35:32.9 1. James Downing, ACT 1:17:52.9 1. Peter Kreilis, NSW 1:07:48.0 1. Craig Peacock, Vic 52:16.42. Luke Marnane, Qld 40:39.1 2. Rohin Adams, Vic 1:19:21.4 2. Ollie Klein, SA 1:10:16.9 2. Kevin Jones, Qld 54:41.93. Tent Ellison, NT 40:46.9 3. Perren Delacour, NSW 1:20:21.2 3. Simon Dec, WA 1:12:30.2 3. John Allison, SA 55:18.04. Tynan Cox, Qld 43:13.6 4. Chris Hanson 1:23:35.5 4. Les Heap, Qld 1:15:19.1 4. David Olle, Vic 56:09.65. Roly Stewart, NSW 44:10.6 5. Craig Felix, SA 1:26:00.2 5. Troy Fisher, NSW 1:16:14.3 5. Mark Codner, NSW 56:39.86. Matt Ellison, NT 46:59.0 6. Phillip Orr, Vic 1:27:02.7 6. William Murphy, NT 1:18:57.8 6. Chris Fryer, SA 57:16.07. Paul Standish, NT 47:19.4 7. Grant Lebbink 1:27:17.0 7. Andrew Barcroft, NT 1:20:37.4 7. Paul Darvodelsky, NT 57:38.68. Ruben Spranz, SA 48:59.6 8. Damien Enderby, NSW 1:28:40.2 8. Peter Dowse, ACT 1:21:47.5 8. John Brennand, SA 59:21.7 9. Chris Luxton, SA 1:30:46.1 9. Peter Svara, NT 1:23:34.0 9. Ian Prosser, ACT 1:00:17.2 10. David Atkins, NT 1:35:33.7 10. Stewart Knubley, SA 1:25:55.8 10. Andrew Hall, Vic 1:02:47.9XC eliTe WOMen XC U23 WOMen XC U19 WOMen XC U17 WOMen1. Katherine O’Shea, Vic 1:45:27.2 1. Rebecca Henderson ACT 1:31:47.6 1. Amy Austin, NSW 1:26:35.5 1. Ella Scanlan-Bloor, NSW 1:06:47.92. Heather Logie, ACT 1:48:02.6 2. Shelly Flood, Vic lapped -1 2. Jess Wigan, Vic 1:33:38.9 2. Kyna Millan, ACT 1:11:30.93. Jenni King, Vic 1:48:30.0 3. Rosemary Stewart, NSW 1:34:38.1 3. Karuna Henderson, ACT 1:12:57.24. Jenny Fay, NSW 1:50:02.05. Gracie Elvin, ACT 1:51:21.36. Jodie Willett, Qld 1:51:49.17. Therese Rhodes, SA 1:54:23.48. Niki Fisher, Vic 1:55:48.29. Rowena Fry, Tas 1:57:36.510. Anna Beck, Qld 1:58:05.8XC U15 WOMen XC VeTeRAn WOMen XC MASTeRS WOMen XC SUpeR MASTeRS1. Zoe Binder, NSW 43:05.2 1. Kylie Webb, ACT 1:03:09.1 1. Traci Lonergan, Tas 39:54.2 WOMen2. Ellie Wale, Vic 43:47.5 2. Nikki Collins, SA 1:05:38.4 2. Donna Dall, Qld 40:22.6 1. Sharon Heap, Qld 39:20.53. Sarah Tucknott, WA 45:04.2 3. Georgina Landy, NT 1:11:21.6 3. Jane Ollerenshaw, Vic 44:33.2 2. Sandy Magennis, Qld 41:46.94. Jamie Binder, NSW 52:48.8 4. Jenny Tucknott, WA 47:32.7 3. Sharon Tucker, SA 48:29.45. Loren Vanetie, NT 56:04.56. Gabrielle Millan, ACT 1:35:34.2Dh eliTe Men Dh U19 Men Dh U17 Men Dh U15 Men1. Mick Hannah, Qld 2:02.36 1. Connor Fearon, SA 2:02.57 1. Jacob Parker, WA 2:11.29 1. Andrew Crimmins, NSW 2:16.362. Joshua Button, NSW 2:04.27 2. Troy Brosnan, SA 2:05.28 2. Peter Knott, Qld 2:11.45 2. Joel Willis, NSW 2:16.863. Bryn Atkinson, NSW 2:04.33 3. Brandon Yrttiaho, Qld 2:05.33 3. Lachlan McLaren, Qld 2:13.05 3. Remy Morton, Qld 2:22.574. Rhys Willemse, Qld 2:04.41 4. Ben Power, Qld 2:11.07 4. Dean Lucas, Vic 2:15.01 4. Max Warshawsky, Qld 2:24.065. Ben Cory, ACT 2:05.66 5. Sam Fraser, Qld 2:12.03 5. Luke Ellison, NT 2:15.67 5. Callum Morrison, SA 2:28.215. Aden Wyber, Vic 2:06.50 6. James Kelly 2:12.55 6. Brent Smith 2:16.04 6. Matthew Taylor 2:30.417. Mitchell Delfs, WA 2:07.05 7. Joe Vejvoda, NSW 2:13.73 7. Liam Towers, NSW 2:16.67 7. Jackson Frew, ACT 2:37.368. Rhys Atkinson, NSW 2:07.10 8. David McMillan, ACT 2:13.87 8. Oliver Zwar, Vic 2:18.29 8. Matt Kelly, SA 2:42.779. Shaun O’Connor, NSW 2:07.15 9. Mitchell Bryant, WA 2:15.33 9. Jackson Davis, WA 2:18.62 9. Trent Ellison, NT 2:50.2910. Chris Kovarik, Qld 2:07.91 10. Phillip Piazza, NSW 2:15.53 10. Matthew McCorkel, ACT 2:20.70 10. Drew Gartery, SA 3:10.61
    • 102 AuSTRALIAN MOUnTAin Bike2011 Cont. ADELAIDE, SA 22-27 JANuARy ChAMpiOnShipS Dh eliTe WOMen Dh U19 WOMen Dh VeTeRAn WOMen Dh SUpeR MASTeRS 1. Leonie Picton, Vic 2:31.27 1. Emily Hockey, SA 2:59.34 1. Philippa Rostan, NSW 3:07.39 WOMen 2. Claire Buchar, Qld 2:33.38 1. Tegan Molloy, NSW 2:38.41 2. Jacinta Nelsson, Vic 4:05.45 1. Jillian Brady 4:49.53 3. Julia Boer, ACT 2:37.24 2. Danielle Beecroft, NSW 2:41.37 4. Holly Baarspul, WA 2:38.77 3. Molly Payne, SA 2:57.79 5. Genevieve McKew, NSW 2:39.13 6. Alyssa Lyons , Vic 2:44.17 7. Shelly Flood, Vic 2:48.38 8. Sarah Booth, NSW 2:48.62 9. Jolene Knight, Qld 2:54.97 10. Simmone Lyons, Vic 3:05.55 Dh MASTeRS Men Dh SUpeR MASTeRS Men Dh VeTeRAn Men 4X Open Men 1. Dean Davies, NSW 2:16.25 1. Christopher Sumner, SA 2:51.12 1. Jason Bennett, WA 2:18.87 1. Jared Graves, Qld 2. Shane Dobson, WA 2:29.73 2. Roger Campbell, NSW 3:03.97 2. Daniel Taliana, NSW 2:25.02 2. Joe Vejvoda, ACT 3. Shayne Hadley, WA 2:36.82 3. Scott Roberts, SA 2:26.79 3. Richard Levinson, Qld 4. Shane Currie, Vic 2:52.68 4. David Leach, Vic 2:27.21 4. Graeme Mudd, NSW 5. Jarrod Zdrzalka, Vic 2:30.82 5. Michael Young, Qld 6. Matthew O’Connor, Qld 2:37.01 6. Jared Rando, ACT 7. Paul de Klerk, WA 2:37.12 7. Matthew Willoughby, SA 8. Raymond Ross, SA 2:39.13 8. Cody Eichhorn, NSW 9. Andrew Pannam, Vic 2:40.01 9. Alex Lloyd, NSW 10. Steve Reeves, Qld 2:59.62 10. Ryan Hunt, NSW 4X U17 M n 4X U15 Men 4X Open WOMen 4X U17 WOMen 1. Timothy Kmetyk, NSW 1. Stephen Henderson, ACT 1. Sarsha Huntington, Qld 1. Danielle Beecroft, NSW 2. Aidan Vahtrik, NSW 2. Trent Ellison, NT 2. Julia Boer, ACT 2. Loren Vanetie, NT 3. Luke Ellison, NT 3. Callum Morrison, SA 3. Jane Rutter, Qld 4. Cameron Ryan, SA 4. Jackson Frew, ACT 4. Natasha Bonney, NT 5. Curtis Dowdell, SA 5. Matt Ellison, NT 5. Emily Hockey, SA 6. Jackson Davis, WA 7. Harrison Reibelt, QLD 8. Cody Barker, SA AuSTRALIAN MOUnTAin Bike MARAThOn ChAMpiOnShipS MT JOyCE, QuEENSLAND 17 APRIL 2011 eliTe Men eliTe WOMen 1. Jason English, NSW 4:24:49.0 1. Jenny Fay, NSW 5:20:26:5 2. Andtrew Blair, NSW 4:27:13.9 2. Jenni King, Vic 5:23:16.1 3. Shaun Lewis, SA 4:30:37.5 3. Anna Beck, Qld 5:57:22.9 4. Dylan Cooper, ACT 4:31:13.8 4. Maggie Synge 6:24:12.7 5. Adrian Jackson, Vic 4:35:02.7
    • 2011 nATiOnAl JUniOR ROAD SeRieS 103U19 Men U19 WOMen1. Alexander Morgan, Vic 540 points 1. Jessica Mundy, SA 744 points2. Caleb Ewan, NSW 450 points 2. Emily Roper, Qld 729 points3. Calvin Watson, Vic 364 points 3. Allison Rice, ACT 614 points4. David Edwards, Qld 326 points 4. Jessica Allen, WA 587 points5. Jackson Law, NSW 279 points 5. Taylah Jennings, Qld 515 points6. Alexander Edmondson, SA 261 points 6. Letitia Custance, SA 486 points7. Nicholas Schultz, Qld 243 points 7. Ellen Skerritt, Qld 414 points8. Robert-Jon McCarthy, SA 234 points 8. Georgia Baker, Tas 297 points9. Miles Scotson, SA 225 points 9. Kayla Salopek, NSW 209 points10. Alex Clements, Tas 216 points 10. Antonia Abbisogni, Vic 198 points
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 105PART 82011 INTERNATIONAL RESuLTS SuMMARy
    • 106 UCi ROAD WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, 19 -25 SEPTEMBER 2011 Men’S TiMe TRiAl Men’S U23 TiMe TRiAl JUniOR Men TiMe TRiAl 1. Tony Martin, GER 53:43.85 1. Luke Durbridge, AUS 42:47.13 1. Mads Wurtz Schmidt, DEN 2. Bradley Wiggins, GBR 54:59.68 2. Rasmus Christian Quaade, DEN 35:07.68 3. Fabian Cancellara, SUI 55:04.44 43:22.81 2. James Oram, NZL 35:11.79 5. Jack Bobridge, AUS 55:57.71 3. Michael Hepburn, AUS 43:33:60 3. David Edwards, AUS 35:28.47 6. Richie Porte, AUS 55:57.71 9. Damien Howson, AUS 44:53.09 12. Calvin Watson, AUS 36:05.73 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl JUniOR WOMen’S TiMe 1. Judith Arndt, GER 37:07.38 TRiAl 2. Linda Villumson, NZL 37:29.11 1. Jessica Allen, AUS 19:18.63 3. Emma Pooley, GBR 37:31.51 2. Elinor Barker, GBR 19:20.47 12. Shara Gillow, AUS 38:07.93 3. Mieke Kroger, GER 19:21:43 31. Heather Taryn, AUS 40:16.09 18. Allison Rice, AUS 20:32.33 Men’S ROAD RACe Men U23 ROAD RACe JUniOR Men’S ROAD 1. Mark Cavendish, GBR 5:40:27 1. Arnaud Demare, FRA 3:52:16 RACe 2. Matthew Goss, AUS 2. Adrien Petit, FRA 1. Pierre-Henri Lecuisinier, FRA 2:48:58 3. Andre Greipel, GER 3. Andrew Fenn, GBR 2. Martijn Degreve, BEL 42. Heinrich Haussler, AUS 21. Michael Hepburn, AUS 3. Steven Lammertink, NED 72. Chris Sutton, AUS 88. Thomas Palmer, AUS 16. Calvin Watson, AUS 74. Baden Cooke, AUS 104. Jay McCarthy, AUS 73. David Edwards, AUS 79. Simon Gerrans, AUS 105. Rohan Dennis, AUS 78. Bradley Linfield, AUS 91. Stuart O’Grady, AUS 106. Luke Durbridge, AUS 98. Alexander Edmondson, AUS 100. Mathew Hayman, AUS 101. Nicholas Schultz, AUS 101. Michael Rogers, AUS 140. Jackson Law, AUS 102. Simon Clarke, AUS WOMen’S ROAD RACe JUniOR WOMen’S ROAD 1. Giorgia Bronzini, ITA 3:21:28 RACe 2. Marianne Vos, NED 1. Lucy Garner, GBR 1:46:17 3. Ina Teutenberg, GER 2. Jessy Druyts, BEL 6. Chloe Hosking, AUS 3. Christina Siggaard, DEN 28. Vicki Whitelaw, AUS 21. Jessica Mundy, AUS 52. Rochelle Gilmore, AUS 35. Allison Rice, AUS 83. Carla Ryan, AUS 89. Shara Gillow, AUS 110. Amanda Spratt, AUS 115. Jessie Maclean, AUS
    • UCi TRACk WORlD ChAMpiOnShipSAPELDOORN, NETHERLANDS 23-27 MARCH 2011 107Men’S SpRinT Men’S TiMe TRiAl Men’S keiRin Men’S inDiViDUAl1. Grégory Bauge, FRA 1. Stefan Nimke, GER 1:00.793 1. Shane Perkins, AUS pURSUiT2. Jason Kenny, GBR 2. Teun Mulder, NED 1:01.179 2. Chris Hoy, GBR 1. Jack Bobridge, AUS 4:21.1413. Chris Hoy, GBR 3. François Pervis, FRA 1:01.228 3. Teun Mulder, NED 2. Jesse Sergent, NZL 4:23.8656. Shane Perkins, AUS 7. Scott Sunderland, AUS 3. Michael Hepburn, AUS 4:22.5537. Scott Sunderland, AUS 8. Jason Niblett, AUS 4. Rohan Dennis, AUS 4:24.08711. Matthew Glaetzer, AUSMen’S SCRATCh RACe Men’S pOinTS RACe Men’S OMniUM Men’S MADiSOn1. Ho Ting Kwok, HKG 1. Avila Edwin Alcibiades, COL 1. Michael Freiberg, AUS 1. Australia2. Elia Viviani, ITA 2. Cameron Meyer, AUS 2. Shane Archbold, NZL (Leigh Howard, Cameron Meyer)3. Morgan Kneisky, FRA 3. Morgan Kneisky, FRA 3. Gijs Van Hoecke, BEL 2. Czech Republic4. Cameron Meyer, AUS 3. NetherlandsMen’S TeAM SpRinT Men’S TeAMS pURSUiT1. France 43.867 1. Australia 3:57.8322. Germany 44.483 (Jack Bobridge, Rohan Dennis,3. Great Britain 44.235 Luke Durbridge, Michael Hepburn)7. Australia 45.241 2. Russia 4:02.229 (Daniel Ellis, Matthew Glaetzer, 3. Great Britain 4:02.781 Jason Niblett)WOMen’S SpRinT WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl WOMen’S keiRin WOMen’S inDiViDUAl1. Anna Meares, AUS 1. Olga Panarina, BLR 33.896 1. Anna Meares, AUS pURSUiT2. Simona Krupeckaite, LTU 2. Sandie Clair, FRA 33.919 2. Olga Panarina, BLR 1. Sarah Hammer, USA 3:32.9333. Victoria Pendleton, GBR 3. Miriam Welte, FER 34.496 3. Clara Sanchez, FRA 2. Alison Shanks, NZL 3:33.22910. Kaarle McCulloch, AUS 13. Kaarle McCulloch, AUS 3. Vilija Sereikaite, LTU 3:37.64318. Emily Rosemond, AUS 21. Emily Rosemond, AUSWOMen’S SCRATCh RACe WOMen’S pOinTS RACe WOMen’S OMniUM1. Marianne Vos, NED 1. Tatsiana Sharakova, BLR 1. Tara Whitten, CAN2. Katherine Bates, AUS 2. Jarmila Machacova, CZE 2. Sarah Hammer, USA3. Danielle King, GBR 3. Giorgia Bronzini, ITA 3. Kirsten Wild, NED 8. Amy Cure, AUSWOMen’S TeAM SpRinT WOMen’S TeAM pURSUiT1. Australia 33.237 1. Great Britain 3:23.418 (Kaarle McCulloch, Anna Meares) 2. USA 3:25.3082. Great Britain 33.525 3. New Zealand 3:24.0653. China 33.586 4. Australia 3:24.422 (Amy Cure, Katherine Bates, Josephine Tomic)
    • 108 UCi BMX WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS 2011 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK 28-31 JuLy eliTe Men TiMe TRiAl eliTe WOMen TiMe JUniOR Men TiMe TRiAl JUniOR WOMen TiMe 1. Andre Fossa Aguiluz, NOR 33.811 TRiAl 1. Darryn Goodwin, AUS 35.237 TRiAl 2. Jelle van Gorkom, NED 33.849 1. Shanaze Reade, GBR 37.440 2. Trent Woodcock, NZL 35.259 1. Melinda McLeod, AUS 39.801 3. Brian Kirkham, AUS 33.858 2. Caroline Buchanan, AUS 37.627 3. Thomas Doucet, FRA 35.454 2. Brooke Crain, USA 40.197 5. Sam Willoughby, AUS 33.889 3. Mariana Pajon, COL 38.154 5. Bodi Turner, AUS 35.756 3. Nadja Pries, GER 40.821 eliTe Men eliTe WOMen JUniOR Men JUniOR WOMen 1. Joris Daudet, FRA 1. Mariana Pajon, COL 1. Alfredo Campo, ECU 1. Melinda McLeod, AUS 2. Maris Strombergs, LAT 2. Sarah Walker, NZL 2. Trent Woodcock, NZL 2. Abbie Taylor, GBR 3. Marc Willers, NZL 3. Magalie Potier, FRA 3. Antonin Dupire, FRA 3. Brooke Crain, USA 4. Sam Willoughby, AUS 4. Darryn Goodwin, AUS 5. Brian Kirkham, AUS 6. Bodi Turner, AUS UCi MOUnTAin Bike & TRiAlS WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS, CHAMPERy, SWITzERLAND 31 AuGuST – 4 SEPTEMBER 2011 eliTe Men CROSS U23 Men CROSS COUnTRy JUniOR Men CROSS eliTe WOMen CROSS COUnTRy 1. Thomas Litscher, SUI 1:32:30 COUnTRy COUnTRy 1. Jaroslav Kulhavy, CZE 1:44:30 2. Marek Konwa, POL +1:42 1. Victor Koretzky, FRA 1:07:18 1. Catharine Pendrel, CAN 1:46:14 2. Nino Schurter, SUI +0:47 3. Henk Jaap Moorlag, NED +2:13 2. Anton Cooper, NZL +1:18 2. Maja Wloszczowska, POL +0:28 3. Julien Absalon, FRA +1:26 15. Paul van der Ploeg, AUS +7:58 3. Andrey Fonseca, CRC +1:19 3. Eva Lechner, ITA +1:36 37. Chris Jongewaard, AUS - 1 lap 46. Trenton Day, AUS - 1 lap 42. Jack Haig, AUS +9:46 46. Katherine O’Shea, AUS - 2 laps 40. Sid Taberlay, AUS - 1 lap 58. Cameron Ivory, AUS - 2 laps 60. Billy Sewell, AUS +12:39 55. Daniel McConnell, AUS - 1 lap 76. Michael Crosbie, AUS - 3 laps 66. Alexander Meyland, AUS +13:24 80. Lachlan Norris, AUS - 3 laps 82. Daniel McDonald, AUS - 2 laps 85. Christopher Aitken, AUS - 2 laps U23 WOMen CROSS JUniOR WOMen CROSS TeAM RelAy COUnTRy COUnTRy 1. France 54:04 1. Julie Bresset, FRA 1:32:29 1. Linda Indergand, SUI 57:30 2. Switzerland 54:45 2. Annie Last, GBR +1:30 2. Lena Putz, GER +2:19 3. Italy 54:58 3. Pauline Ferrand Prevot, FRA +5:47 3. Julia Innerhofer, ITA +2:44 10. Australia 57:37 20. Rebecca Henderson, AUS - 1 lap (Chris Jongewaard, Jack Haig, Rebecca Henderson, Paul van der Ploeg) eliTe Men DOWnhill JUniOR Men DOWnhill eliTe WOMen DOWnhill JUniOR WOMen 1. Danny Hart, GBR 3:41.989 1. Troy Brosnan, AUS 3:51.503 1. Emmeline Ragot, FRA 4:54.012 DOWnhill 2. Damien Spagnolo, FRA 3:53.688 2. David Trummer, AUT 4:03.691 2. Rachel Atherton, GBR 5:09.303 1. Manon Carpenter, GBR 5:11.545 3. Samuel Blenkinsop, GBR 3:54.982 3. Guillaume Cauvin, FRA 4:10.797 3. Claire Buchar, CAN 5:21.965 2. Agnes Delest, FRA 5:26.002 7. Sam Hill, AUS 3:57.890 14. Connor Fearon, AUS 4:27.790 3. Lauren Rosser, CAN 5:28.793 39. Michael Hannah, AUS 4:26.066 16. Phillip Piazza, AUS 4:30.002 41. Rhys Willemse, AUS 4:26.594 18. David McMillan, AUS 4:32.061 43. Shaun O’Connor, AUS 4:27.887 21. Brandon Yrttiaho, AUS 4:41.085 23. Ben Power, AUS 4:42.137 34. Joe Vejvoda, AUS 4:59.667
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 1094X Men 4X WOMen Men 26” TRiAlS Men 20” TRiAlS1. Michal Prokop, CZE 1. Anneke Beerten, NED 1. Gilles Coustellier, FRA 1. Benito Jose Ros Charral, ESP2. Roger Rinderknecht, SUI 2. Fionn Griffiths, GBR 2. Kenny Belaey, BEL 2. Abel Mustieles Garcia , ESP3. Joost Wichman, NED 3. Celine Gros, FRA 3. Vincent Hermance, FRA 3. Gilles Coustellier, FRA4. Jared Graves, AUS 27. Jack Mullaly, AUSJUniOR Men 26” TRiAlS JUniOR Men 20” TRiAlS WOMen TRiAlS TRiAlS TeAM1. Marius Merger, FRA 1. Raphael Pils, GER 1. Karin Moor, SUI 1. France 465 points2. Yann Dunant, FRA 2. Marius Merger, FRA 2. Gemma Abant Condal, ESP 2. Germany 444 points3. Robin Fix, GER 3. David Hoffmann, GER 3. Mireia Abant Condal, ESP 3. Switzerland 434 points 5. Janine Jungfels, AUSUCi JUniOR TRACk WORlD ChAMpiOnShipSMOSCOW, RuSSIA 17-21 AuGuST 2011Men’S SpRinT Men’S TiMe TRiAl Men’S keiRin Men’S inDiViDUAl1. John Paul, GBR 1. Jaron Gardiner, AUS 1:03.872 1. Julien Palma, FRA pURSUiT2. Julien Palma, FRA 2. Bengamin Edelin, FRA 1:04.374 2. Nikita Shurshin, RUS 1. Sanghoon Park, KOR 3:20.2633. Max Niederlag, GER 3. Matthew Baranoski, USA 1:04.660 3. Edgar Ismael Verdugo, MEX 2. Moritz Schaffner, GER 3:21.2705. Jaron Gardiner, AUS 7. Rick Sanders, AUS 1:05.216 9. Timothy McMillan, AUS 3. Jackson Law, AUS 3:22.5309. Timothy McMillan, AUS 25. Luke Parker, AUS 4. Alexander Morgan, AUS 3:25.27413. Luke Parker, AUSMen’S SCRATCh RACe Men’S pOinTS RACe Men’S OMniUM Men’S MADiSOn1. Frantiske Sisr, CZE 1. Domenic Weinstein, GER 1. Caleb Ewan, AUS 24 pts 1. Australia2. Mher Mkrtchyan, ARM 2. Mher Mkrtchyan, ARM 2. Roman Ivlev, RUS 29pts (Jackson Law, Alexander Edmondson)3. Ioannis Spanopoulos, GRE 3. Alex Frame, NZL 3. Dylan Kennett, NZL 32pts 2. New Zealand10. Caleb Ewan, AUS 6. Jack Cummings, AUS 3. SpainMen’S TeAM SpRinT Men’S TeAM pURSUiT1. Germany 59.982 1. Australia 4:02.6322. France 1:00.136 (Jack Cummings, Alexander3. Russia 1:00.829 Edmondson, Jackson Law,4. Australia 1:00.933 Alexander Morgan) (Timothy McMillan, Luke Parker, Rick 2. Russia 4:07.342 Sanders) 3. New Zealand 4:05.359WOMen’S SpRinT WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl WOMen’S keiRin WOMen’S inDiViDUAl1. Anastasiya Voynova, RUS 1. Anastasiya Voynova, RUS 34.768 1. Anastasiya Voynova, RUS pURSUiT2. Stephanie McKenzie, NZL 2. Victoria Williamson, GBR 35.687 2. Stephanie McKenzie, NZL 1. Mieke Kroger, GER 2:27.1133. Victoria Williamson, GBR 3. Daria Shmeleva, RUS 35.949 3. Jennifer Valente, USA 2. Georgia Williams, NZL 2:28.7146. Adele Sylvester, AUS 6. Adele Sylvester, AUS 36.799 4. Adele Sylvester, AUS 3. Aleksandra Chekina, RUS 2:27.12514. Allee Proud, AUS 14. Allee Proud, AUS 38.036 13. Allee Proud, AUS 5. Emily Roper, AUS 2:30.681 9. Georgia Baker, AUS 2:31.403
    • 110 UCi JUniOR TRACk WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS MOSCOW, RuSSIA 17-21 AuGuST 2011 Cont. WOMen’S SCRATCh RACe WOMen’S pOinTS RACe WOMen’S OMniUM 1. Jennifer Valente, USA 1. Maria Giulia Confalonieri, ITA 1. Taylah Jennings, AUS 6pts 2. Georgia Baker, AUS 2. Ingrid Drexel, MEX 2. Alina Bonarenko, RUS 18pts 3. Cassie Cameron, NZL 3. Sophie Williamson, NZL 3. Ingrid Drexel, MEX 28pts 7. Emily Roper, AUS WOMen’S TeAM SpRinT WOMen’S TeAM pURSUiT 1. Russia 44.873 1. Australia 3:27.654 2. Australia 46.062 (Georgia Baker, Taylah Jennings, (Taylah Jennings, Adele Emily Roper) Sylvester) 2. Russia 3:29.032 3. New Zealand 46.910 3. Italy 3:31.547 COMMOnWeAlTh yOUTh gAMeS ISLE OF MAN, GBR 7-13 SEPTEMBER 2011 Men TiMe TRiAl Men TiMe TRiAl TeAM Men ROAD RACe Men ROAD RACe TeAM 1. Alex Morgan, AUS 09:00 1. Australia 18:11 1. Caleb Ewan, AUS 2:34:27 1. Australia 2. Jack Beckinsale, AUS 09:11 (J Beckinsale, C Ewan, R McCarthy, 2. Owain Doull, WAL 2:34:27 2. England 3. Jon Dibben, ENG 09:17 A Morgan) 3. Jack Beckinsale, AUS 2:34:27 3. Wales 5. Robert-Jon McCarthy, AUS 09:35 2. England 18:56 8. Robert-Jon McCarthy, AUS 2:36:22 6. Caleb Ewan, AUS 09:36 3. Canada 19.27 WOMen TiMe TRiAl WOMen TiMe TRiAl WOMen ROAD RACe WOMen ROAD RACe 1. Hannah Banks, ENG 10:13 TeAM 1. Lucy Garner, ENG 1:08:00 TeAM 2. Jess Allen, AUS 10:30 1. England 20:58 2. Emily Roper, AUS 1:08:01 1. England 3. Elinor Barker, WAL 10:34 2. Wales 21:11 3. Hannah Barnes, ENG 1:08:01 2. Australia 5. Allison Rice, AUS 10:44 3. Australia 21:14 4. Jess Mundy, AUS 1:08:01 3. Wales 7. Emily Roper, AUS 10:51 (J Allen, J Mundy, A Rice, E Roper) 10. Jess Allen, AUS 1:08:03 9. Jess Mundy, AUS 10:57 12. Allison Rice, AUS 1:08:15 Men CRiTeRiUM WOMen CRiTeRiUM 1. Robert-Jon McCarthy, AUS 57.12 1. Hannah Banks, ENG 37.26 2. Jon Dibben, ENG 57.45 2. Elinor Barker, WAL 37.26 3. Jack Beckinsale, AUS 57.45 3. Lucy Garner, ENG 38.04 9. Alex Morgan, AUS 57.59 5. Jess Mundy, AUS 38.05 6. Jess Allen, AUS 38.05 9. Allison Rice, AUS @ 1 lap
    • UCi pARA-CyCling TRACk WORlDChAMpiOnShipS, MONTICHIARI, ITALy 11111-13 MARCH 2011B Men’S TiMe TRiAl C5 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C4 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C3 Men’S TiMe TRiAl1. Fachie/Maclean, GBR 1:02.659 1. JonAllen Butterworth, GBR 1:07.615 1. Jody Cundy, GBR 1:05.144 1. Darren Kenny, GBR 1:11.2932. Kappes/Storey, GBR 1:02.681 2. Vincent Juarez, USA 1:08.872 2. Terry Byrne, GBR 1:07.694 2. Richard Waddon, GBR 1:11.7333. Porto/Villanueva, ESP 1:04.350 3. Pablo Jaramillo Gallardo, ESP 3. Jiri Bouska, CZE 1:09.601 3. Amador Granados Alkorta, ESP9. Modra/McPhee, AUS 1:05.775 1:09.108 1:12.98510. Lindores/Finning, AUS 1:05.975 15. Michael Gallagher, AUS 1:12.472C2 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C1 Men’S TiMe TRiAl B Men’S SpRinT1. Liang Gui Hua, CHN 1:16.497 1. Rodrigo Lopez, ARG 1:19.991 1. Fachie/Maclean, GBR2. Andrew Panazzolo, AUS 1:18.048 2. Jaco Nel, RSA 1:20.558 2. Kappes/Storey, GBR3. Tobias Graf, GER 1:18.640 3. Jaye Milley, CAN 1:23.275 3. Ooost/Bos, NED 9. Modra/McPhee, AUSB Men’S pURSUiT C5 Men’S inDiViDUAl C4 Men’S inDiViDUAl C3 Men’S inDiViDUAl1. Modra/McPhee, AUS 4:21.327 pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT2. Clemente/Munoz, ESP 4:28.807 1. Michael Gallagher, AUS 4:41.423 1. Jiri Jezek, CZE 4:44.708 1. Darren Kenny, GBR 3:43.1563. Lindores/Finning, AUS 4:26.516 2. Liu Xinyang, CHN 4:44.060 2. Jody Cundy, GBR 4:51.919 2. Shaun McKeown, GBR 3:46.769 3. Yehor Dementyev, UKR 4:45.833 3. Carol Eduard Novak, ROU 3. Richard Waddon, GBR 3:49.559C2 Men’S inDiViDUAl C1 Men’S inDiViDUAlpURSUiT pURSUiT1. Liang Gui Hua, CHN 3:51.514 1. Juan Mendez Fernandez, ESP2. Fabrizio Macchi, ITA 3:58.915 4:11.7373. Michal Start, CZE 3:57.968 2. Jaco Nel, RSA 4:15.880 3. Rodrigo Lopez, ARG lapped opponentB WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C5 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C4 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C2 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl1. Johnson/Morton, AUS 1:09.393 1. Sarah Storey, GBR 37.733 1. Ruan Jianping, CHN 39.359 1. Tang Qi, CHN 45.3732. McGlynn/Scott, GBR 1:09.474 2. Zhou Ju Fang, CHN 38.506 2. Susan Powell, AUS 41.347 2. Sun Bianbian, CHN 45.4123. Parsons/Waddell, NZL 1:11.835 3. Jennifer Schuble, USA 38.615 3. Ye Ya Ping, CHN 41.922 3. Allison Jones, USA 46.2768. O’Connor/Knowler, AUS 1:13.301 6. Alexandra Green, AUS 46.353B WOMen’S pURSUiT C5 WOMen’S inDiViDUAl C4 WOMen’S inDiViDUAl C2 WOMen’S inDiViDUAl1. Parsons/Waddell, NZL 3:39.376 pURSUiT pURSUiT pURSUiT2. Turnham/Duncan, GBR 3:41.450 1. Sarah Storey, GBR 1. Susan Powell, AUS 4:09.367 1. Allison Jones, USA 4:27.1553. Walsh/Meehan, IRL 3:42.730 2. Greta Neimanas, USA lapped 2. Marie-Claude Molnar, CAN lapped 2. Raquel Acinas Poncelas, ESP6. O’Connor/Knowler, AUS 3:44.070 3. Jennifer Schuble, USA 4:03.255 3. Alexandra Green, AUS 4:37.10811. Johnson/Morton, AUS 3:57.181 lapped opponent 3. Tang Qi, CHN lapped opponentC1 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C1 WOMen’S inDiViDUAl MiXeD TeAM SpRinT1. Jayme Paris, AUS 47.236 pURSUiT 1. Great Britain 49.540 1. Jayme Paris, AUS 4:56.746 2. China 51.771 3. Czech Republic 52.290 8. Australia 56.955 (Michael Gallagher, Andrew Panazzolo, Susan Powell)
    • 112 UCi pARA-CyCling ROAD WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS, ROSKILDE, DENMARK 8-12 SEPTEMBER 2011 B Men’S TiMe TRiAl C5 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C4 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C3 Men’S TiMe TRiAl 1. Pizzi/Pizzi, ITA 38:17.54 1.Andrea Tarlao, ITA 41:13.99 1.Carol-Eduard Novak, ROU 40:29.17 1.David Nicholas, AUS 21:28.996 2. Venge Balboa/Llaurado Caldero 2.Michael Gallagher, AUS 41:41.57 2.Jiri Jezek, CZE 41:40.42 2.Juan Gutierrez Berenguel, ESP ESP 38:46.15 3.Joao Alberto Schwindt Filho, BRA 3.Jiri Bouska, CZE 42:08.78 21:38.214 3. Rachfal/Swanson, USA 38:55.45 41:42.57 16.Ryan Hughes, AUS 46:00.30 3.Shaun McKeown, GBR 21:43.410 17. Formston/Thuaux, AUS 41:25.64 C2 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C1 Men’S TiMe TRiAl T2 Men’S TiMe TRiAl T1 Men’S TiMe TRiAl 1. Colin Lynch, IRL 22:25.421 1. Michael Teuber, GER 23:08.228 1. Hans-Peter Durst, GER 26:50.64 1. Quentin Aubague, FRA 32:58.41 2. Fabrizio Macchi, ITA 22:48.029 2. Mark Colbourne, GBR 23:42.343 2. David Stone, GBR 27:12.74 2. Mario Alilovic, CRO 33:41.47 3. Maurice Far Eckhard Tio, ESP 3. Juan José Mendez Fernandez, 3. Helmut Winterleitner, AUT 3. Aitor Oroza Flores, ESP 36:11.75 23:02.085 ESP 24:14.310 28:02.26 h4 Men’S TiMe TRiAl h3 Men’S TiMe TRiAl h2 Men’S TiMe TRiAl h1 Men’S TiMe TRiAl 1. Oscar Sanchez, USA 23:34.92 1. Joël Jeannot, FRA 23:14.51 1. Jean-Marc Berset, SUI 23:30.65 1. Mark Rohan, IRL 31:03.50 2. Alessandro Zanardi, ITA 24:00.15 2. Vico Merklein, GER 23:29.24 2. Vittorio Podesta, ITA 24:35.27 2. Koby Lion, ISR 31:16.77 3. Norbert Mosandl, GER 24:15.01 3. Mauro Cratassa, ITA 23:41.73 3. Walter Ablinger, AUT 24:38.05 3. Wolfgang Schattauer, AUT 6. Stuart Tripp, AUS 24:57.99 7. Nigel Barely, AUS 24:39.20 17. Michael Taylor, AUS 27:33.73 32:09.20 9. Craig Parsons, AUS 34:30.62 B Men’S ROAD RACe C5 Men’S ROAD RACe C4 Men’S ROAD RACe C3 Men’S ROAD RACe 1. Donval/Saccomandi, FRA 2:27:07 1. Jose Diego Jara Vidal, ESP 1. Michele Pittacolo, ITA 1:52:06 1. Kris Bosmans, BEL 1:36:03 2. Kosikowski/Korc, POL 2:27:07 1:51:53 2. Carol-Eduard Novak, ROU 1:53:00 2. David Nicholas, AUS 1:36:03 3. Janovjak/Mitosinka, SVK 2:27:07 2. Joao Alberto Schwindt Filho, BRA 3. Morten Jahr, NOR 1:53:00 3. Roberto Bargna, ITA 1:36:03 22. Formston/Thuaux, AUS 2:28:35 1:51:53 DNF Ryan Hughes, AUS 3. Soelito Gohr, BRA 1:51:53 8. Michael Gallagher, AUS 1:51:58 C2 Men’S ROAD RACe C1 Men’S ROAD RACe T2 Men’S ROAD RACe T1 Men’S ROAD RACe 1. Alvaro Galvis Becerra, COL 1. Michael Teuber, GER 1:38.11 1. Giorgio Farroni, ITA 56:58 1. Mario Alilovic, CRO 1:11:06 1:36:04 2. Erich Winkler, GER 1:39.57 2. David Vondracek, CZE 57:00 2. Aitor Oroza Flores, ESP 1:11:06 2. Tobias Graf, GER 1:36:04 3. Pierre Senska, GER 1:41.35 3. Hans-Peter Durst, GER 57:00 3. Quentin Aubague, FRA 1:11:06 3. Simon Price, FBR 1:36:04 h4 Men’S ROAD RACe h3 Men’S ROAD RACe h2 Men’S ROAD RACe h1 Men’S ROAD RACe 1. Ernst van Dyk, RSA 1:45:52 1. Joel Jeannot, FRA 1:41:09 1. Jean-Marc Berset, SUI 1:38.43 1. Mark Rohan, IRL 1:31:24 2. Wim Decleir, BEL 1:45:52 2. Arkadiusz Skrzypinski, POL 1:41:09 2. Paolo Cecchetto, ITA 1:40.19 2. Alain Quittet, FRA 1:31:38 3. Norbert Mosandl, GER 1:45.52 3. Mark Ledo, CAN 1:41:09 3. Max Weber, GER 1:40.19 3. Koby Lion, ISR 1:31:52 8. Stuart Tripp, AUS 1:46:05 6. Nigel Barley, AUS 1:41.12 17. Michael Taylor, AUS 1:56:40 11. Craig Parsons, AUS 1:44:01 B WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C5 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C4 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C3 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl 1. Weldon/Bessette, CAN 43:24.65 1. Sarah Storey, GBR 20:52.785 1. Susan Powell, AUS 24:24.952 1. Denise Schindler, GER 25:34.30 2. Parsons/Waddell, NZL 43:59.46 2. Anna Harkowska, POL 22:30.323 2. Megan Fisher, USA 24:33.739 3. Walsh/Meehan, IRL 44:04.95 3. Greta Neimanas, USA 22:55.967 3. Marie-Claude Molnar, CAN 16. O’Connor/Knowler, AUS 47:44.01 5. Claire McLean, AUS 23:37.020 24:35.412 C2 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C1 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl T2 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl T1 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl 1. Allison Jones, USA 26:40.83 1. Jayme Paris, AUS 31:10.18 1. Marie-Eve Croteau, CAN 31:25.41 1. Shelley Gautier, CAN 39:59.57 2. Raquel Acinas Poncelas, ESP 2. Carol Cooke, AUS 31:56.73 2. Simona Matickova, SVK 58:36.49 26:57.62 3. Jana Majunke, GER 33:24.33 3. Iveta Kolinska, CZE 1:07:18.23 3. Tereza Diepoldova, CZE 27:14.58
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 113h4 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl h3 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl h2 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl h1 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl1. Laura de Vaan, NED 27:14.75 1. Monica Bascio, USA 28:26.87 1. Ursula Schwaller, SUI 28:12.26 1. Cassie Mitchell, USA 39:21.422. Dorothee Vieth, GER 27:19.12 2. Sandra Graf, SUI 29:02.94 2. Marianna Davis, USA 29:19.71 2. Karen March, CAN 51:38.773. Andrea Eskau, GER 27:36.95 3. Susan Reid, NZL 31:33.48 3. Karen Darke, GBR 29:38.36 8. Melissa Leckie, AUS 36:09.38B WOMen’S ROAD RACe C5 WOMen’S ROAD RACe C4 WOMen’S ROAD RACe C3 WOMen’S ROAD RACe1. Whitsell/Turnbull, USA 2:00:31 1. Sarah Storey, GBR 1:40:42 1. Susan Powell, AUS 1:49:25 1. Denise Schindler, GER 1:22:522. Hakker/Kuizenga, NED 2:00:31 2. Anna Harkowska, POL 1:40:42 2. Marie-Claude Molnar, CAN 1:49:25 2. Alijda Norbruis, NED 1:31:353. Goeken/van Dijk, NED 2:00:31 3. Crystal Lane, GBR 1:41:34 3. Megan Fisher, USA 1:49:2516. O’Connor/Knowler, AUS 2:05:33 9. Claire McLean, AUS 1:49:15C2 WOMen’S ROAD RACe C1 WOMen’S ROAD RACe T2 WOMen’S ROAD RACe T1 WOMen’S ROAD RACe1. Allison Jones, USA 1:22:52 1. Jayme Paris, AUS 1:38:35 1. Marie-Eve Croteau, CAN 1:02:35 1. Shelley Gautier, CAN 1:24:342. Raquel Acinas Poncelas, ESP 2. Carol Cooke, AUS 1:08:27 2. Iveta Kolinska, CZE 2:04:03 1:25:24 3. Jana Majunke, GER 1:11:00 3. Simona Matickova, SVK 2:04:263. Tereza Diepoldova, CZE 1:27:41h4 WOMen’S ROAD RACe h3 WOMen’S ROAD RACe h2 WOMen’S ROAD RACe h1 WOMen’S ROAD RACe1. Dorothee Vieth, GER 1:27:55 1. Monica Bascio, USA 1:27:47 1. Ursula Schwaller, SUI 1:27.52 1. Cassie Mitchell, USA 1:20:312. Andrea Eskau, GER 1:31:26 2. Sandra Graf, SUI 1:27:47 2. Marianna Davis, USA 1:30:58 2. Karen March, CAN 1:48:413. Laura de Vaan, NED 1:31:26 3. Rachel Morris, GBR 1:36:50 3. Karen Darke, GBR 1:31:32 7. Melissa Leckie, AUS 1:53:55TeAM RelAy1. USA 1:14:272. Switzerland 1:14:293. France 1:20:076. Australia 1:22:59 (Michael Taylor, Craig Parsons, Nigel Barley)UCi MASTeRS TRACk WORlDChAMpiOnShipS, MANCHESTER,GBR 10-15 OCTOBER 2011Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 35-39 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 40-44 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 45-49 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 50-541. Ben Elliott, GBR 1:06.152 1. Gavin White, AUS 49.642 1. Todd Hayes, USA 51.016 1. Geoff Stoker, AUS 34.7172. Sky Christopherson, USA 1:06.491 2. Andrew Weathers, USA 50.202 2. Wilhelmus Zegers, USA 51.063 2. Carlos Zicavo, ARG 34.9103. Terence Mackin, IRL 1:06.956 3. Allen Vugrincic, USA 50.429 3. John Saysell, GBR 51.325 3. Adrian Dent, GBR 34.99511. Andrew Gerber, AUS 1:09.672 8. Daniel Rickard, AUS 52.121 =21.Geoffrey Baxter, AUS 54.607 4. Michael Popplewell, AUS 35.584 11. Lou Pascuzzi, AUS 52.352 18. Michael Eastwood, AUS 37.872 22. Ray Box, AUS 38.261 26. Nick Chadderton, AUS 38.564
    • 114 UCi MASTeRS TRACk WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS MAnCheSTeR, GBR 10-15 OCTOBER 2011 Men’S SpRinT – 35-39 Men’S SpRinT – 40-44 Men’S SpRinT – 45-49 Men’S SpRinT – 50-54 1. Neil Campbell, GBR 1. Edgardo Giovannini, ARG 1. Bernhard Franzpotter, DEN 1. Geoff Stoker, AUS 2. Wesley Pierce, USA 2. Gavin White, AUS 2. Kenji Yano, JPN 2. Ferruccio Veschetti, ITA 3. Yann Dujarrier, FRA 3. Aderito Dacruz, FRA 3. Fabio Alberti, ITA 3. Michael Popplewell, AUS 4. Richard St Pierre, GBR 4. Leandro Ardana, ARG 4. Kirk Whiteman, USA 4. Carlos Zicavo, ARG Men’S SpRinT – 55-59 Men’S SpRinT – 60-64 Men’S SpRinT – 65-69 Men’S SpRinT – 70-74 1. Gill Hatton, USA 1. Carlos Reybaud, ARG 1. Geoff Cooke, GBR 1. Earl Henry, TRI 2. David Willmott, AUS 2. Eduardo Gualtieri, ARG 2. Graziano Pantosti, ITA 2. Guido Lupo, ITA 3. Steve Cronshaw, GBR 3. Peter Gumley, AUS 3. Lance Ravenhill, GBR 3. Thomas O’Rourke, USA 4. Richard Voss, USA 4. Marc Dangleterre, FRA 4. Steffan Hansen, DEN 4. Ron Grant, AUS Men’S inDiViDUAl Men’S inDiViDUAl Men’S inDiViDUAl Men’S inDiViDUAl pURSUiT – 35-39 pURSUiT – 40-44 pURSUiT – 45-49 pURSUiT – 50-54 1. Axel Boland, NED 3:29.670 1. David Stevens, AUS 3:28.795 1. Daniel Casper, USA 3:35.416 1. Stephane Le Beau, CAN 2:20.730 2. Arthur Doyle, GBR 3:32.240 2. Daniel del Barco, ARG 3:31.250 2. Stephen McNally, IRE 3:35.932 2. Claus Christiansen, DEN 2:22.548 3. Boyd Roberts, RSA 3:30.426 3. Elliot Davis, GBR 3:32.735 3. Kenji Yano, JPN 3:36.082 3. Nick Chadderton, AUS 2:25.759 4. Andrew Gerber, AUS 3:33.078 4. Oliver Davies, GBR 3:38.223 4. Michael Bevan, RSA 3:39.175 4. Neville Ackerman, RSA 2:25.941 Men’S inDiViDUAl Men’S inDiViDUAl Men’S inDiViDUAl Men’S inDiViDUAl pURSUiT – 55-59 pURSUiT – 60-64 pURSUiT – 65-69 pURSUiT – 70-74 1. James Host, USA 2:23.879 1. Steve Davies, GBR 2:31.052 1. Michael Williams, USA 2:36.036 1. Guido Lupo, ITA 2:40.897 2. Christopher Davis, GBR 2:26.089 2. Peter Gumbley, AUS 2:32.087 2. Michael Allen, GBR 2:38.822 2. Peter Robertson, GBR 2:49.191 3. Maas Ven Beek, NED 2:27.539 3. Patrick Gellineau, USA 2:31.463 3. Steffan Hansen, DEN 2:36.108 3. Derrick Woodings, GBR 2:50.915 4. Ian Humphreys, GBR 2:30.015 4. Arne Simonsen, NOR 2:34.278 4. Michel Briat, FRA 2:38.001 4. Gordon Johnstone, GBR 2:51.892 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 55-59 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 60-64 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 65-69 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 70-74 1. David le Grys, GBR 35.121 1. Carlos Reybaud, ARG 36.840 1. Geoff Cooke, GBR 37.774 1. Earl Henry, TRI 38.991 2. David Willmott, AUS 35.449 2. Marc Dangleterre, FRA 36.963 2. Stann Gregg, USA 28.232 2. Guido Lupo, ITA 41.291 3. Steve Cronshaw, GBR 35.653 3. Reid Schwartz, USA 37.286 3. David Rowe, GBR 38.489 3. Roland Crayford, GBR 41.466 15. Michael Lawson, AUS 40.001 5. Peter Gumbley, AUS 37.662 7. Ron Grant, AUS 43.702 15. Malcolm Clasohm, AUS 41.170 12. Denis Robinson, AUS 45.667 Men’S TiMe TRiAl – 75+ Men’S inDiViDUAl 1. Thomas O’Rourke, USA 41.854 pURSUiT – 75+ 2. Derek Thurrell, GBR 43.705 1. Raymond Pelle, FRA 2:52.749 3. Raymond Pelle, FRA 44.237 2. Thomas O’Rourke, USA 2:54.815 3. Roy Savery, GBR 3:05.237 4. Owen Duffy, NZL 3:17.150
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 115Men’S SCRATCh RACe – Men’S SCRATCh RACe – Men’S SCRATCh RACe – Men’S SCRATCh RACe –35-39 40-44 45-49 50-541. Martyn Harris, GBR 1. Joseph Wentzell, USA 1. Thomas Kapuste, GER 1. Stephane Le Beau, CAN2. Jason White, GBR 2. Eduardo Leguizamon, ARG 2. Paul Whatmough, GBR 2. Claus Christiansen, DEN3. Richard Prince, GBR 3. David Stevens, AUS 3. Jaime Cardona Trujillo, COL 3. Vicente Zoric, ARG7. Andrew Gerber, AUS 14. Rick McArdle, AUS 4. Geoffrey Baxter, AUS 19. Michael Popplewell, AUS 15. Patrick Marcucci, AUSMen’S SCRATCh RACe – Men’S SCRATCh RACe – Men’S SCRATCh RACe – Men’S SCRATCh RACe55-59 60-64 65-69 – 70+1. Maas van Beek, NED 1. Graham Truelove, GBR 1. David Rutherford, GBR 1. Guido Lupo, ITA2. Christopher Davis, GBR 2. Patrick Gellineau, USA 2. Graziano Pantosti, ITA 2. Derrick Woodings, GBR3. James Rutherford, GBR 3. Eduardo Gualtieri, ARG 3. Michael Williams, USA 3. Clive Walmsley, GBR 5. Malcolm Clasohm, AUS 7.Denis Robinson, AUS 11. Peter Gumbley, AUS 11.Ron Grant, AUSMen’S pOinTS RACe – Men’S pOinTS RACe – Men’S pOinTS RACe – Men’S pOinTS RACe –35-39 40-44 45-49 50-541. Mickael Dhinnin, FRA 1. David Stevens, AUS 1. Michael Blasczyk, GER 1. Stephane Le Beau, CAN2. Boyd Roberts, RSA 2. Oliver Davies, GBR 2. Thomas Kapuste, GER 2. Shaun Wallace, USA3. Graeme Lackford, GBR 3. Diego Alejandro Rozie, ARG 3. Kerry Harford, NZL 3. Bernardo Figueroa, COL5. Andrew Gerber, AUS 14. Rick McArdle, AUS 6. Geoffrey Baxter, AUS 16. Patrick Marcucci, AUSMen’S pOinTS RACe – Men’S pOinTS RACe – Men’S pOinTS RACe – Men’S pOinTS RACe – 70+55-59 60-64 65-69 1. Guido Lupo, ITA1. James Host, USA 1. Patrick Gellineau, USA 1. Lance Ravenhill, GBR 2. Clive Walmsley, GBR2. James Rutherford, GBR 2. Graham Truelove, GBR 2. Kevin McComb, NZL 3. Michael MacDonald, USA3. Maas van Beek, NED 3. Patrick Samson, FRA 3. Steffan Hansen, DEN 9. Denis Robinson, AUS11. Michael Lawson, AUS 12. Malcolm Clasohm, AUS 15. Peter Gumbley, AUSWOMen’S TiMe TRiAl – WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl – WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl – WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl –35-39 40-44 45-49 50-541. Alison Chisholm, GBR 37.106 1. Dana Walton, USA 38.695 1. Janet Birkmyre, GBR 37.429 1. Lise Benjamin, AUS 38.1882. Sandra Bletchly, AUS 38.526 2. Kimberly Edwards, USA 38.801 2. Deborah Capewell, GBR 38.891 2. Emi Wachi, JPN 38.5063. Cheryl Hulskamp, AUS, 39.167 3. Julie Cooper, GBR 39.204 3. Jayne Payne, GBR 40.463 3. Donna Meehan, AUS 40.3256. Lee Johns, AUS 39.884 4. Marita Box, AUS 42.280WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl – WOMen’S SpRinT – 35-39 WOMen’S SpRinT – 40-44 WOMen’S SpRinT – 45+55+ 1. Alison Chisholm, GBR 1. Dana Walton, USA 1. Janet Birkmyre, GBR1. Sue Taverner, RSA 42.480 2. Sandra Bletchly, AUS 2. Kimberly Edwards, USA 2. Lise Benjamin, AUS2. Arja Scarsbrook, FIN 43.403 3. Elisa Gianchino, RSA 3. Julie Cooper, GBR 3. Deborah Capewell, GBR3. Bonnie Woodbury, USA 43.838 4. Lee Johns, AUS 4. Cynthia Vargas, USA 4. Makiko Hamada, JPN4. Liz Randall, AUS 44.715WOMen’S inDiV pURSUiT WOMen’S inDiV pURSUiT WOMen’S inDiV pURSUiT WOMen’S inDiV pURSUiT– 35-39 – 40-44 – 45-49 – 50+1. Mindy Simmons, USA 2:39.184 1. Dana Walton, USA 2:38.262 1. Clare Newland, GBR 2:34.082 1. Petra Kluender, GER 2:43.9882. Sandra Bletchly, AUS 2:39.510 2. Christine Philips, USA 2:41.774 2. Jayne Payne, GBR 2:38.098 2. Donna Meehan, AUS 2:47.1793. Siobhan Mullan, GBR 2:44.875 3. Clara Lopez, COL 2:45.341 3. Janet Birkmyre, GBR 2:40.849 3. Emi Wachi, JPN 2:47.3454. Elisa Gianchino, RSA 2:46.880 4. Alison Holmes, GBR 2:47.546 4. Orla Hendron, IRL 2:43.160 4. Arja Scarsbrook, FIN 2:50.128
    • 116 UCi MASTeRS TRACk WORlD ChAMpiOnShipS MANCHESTER, GBR 10-15 OCTOBER 2011 WOMen’S SCRATCh RACe WOMen’S SCRATCh RACe WOMen’S pOinTS RACe WOMen’S pOinTS RACe – 35-44 – 45+ – 35-44 – 45+ 1. Dana Walton, USA 1. Janet Birkmyre, GBR 1. Dana Walton, USA 1. Janet Birkmyre, GBR 2. Cheryl Hulskamp, AUS 2. Lise Benjamin, AUS 2. Siobhan Mullan, GBR 2. Orla Hendron, IRL 3. Kimberly Edwards, USA 3. Orla Hendron, IRL 3. Cheryl Hulskamp, AUS 3. Jayne Payne, GBR 4. Sandra Bletchly, AUS 5. Sandra Bletchly, AUS WOMen’S SCRATCh RACe WOMen’S SCRATCh RACe WOMen’S pOinTS RACe WOMen’S pOinTS RACe – 35-44 – 45+ – 35-44 – 45+ 1. Dana Walton, USA 1. Janet Birkmyre, GBR 1. Dana Walton, USA 1. Janet Birkmyre, GBR 2. Cheryl Hulskamp, AUS 2. Lise Benjamin, AUS 2. Siobhan Mullan, GBR 2. Orla Hendron, IRL 3. Kimberly Edwards, USA 3. Orla Hendron, IRL 3. Cheryl Hulskamp, AUS 3. Jayne Payne, GBR 4. Sandra Bletchly, AUS 5. Sandra Bletchly, AUS WORlD CyCling TOUR finAl STAVELOT, BELGIuM 9-11 SEPTEMBER 2011 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 16-29 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 30-34 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 35-39 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 40-44 1. Dirk Jansen, NED 29:30.25 1. Jone Ellingsen, NOR 29:35.79 1. Michael Olheiser, USA 27:59.78 1. Richard Feldman, USA 29:12.08 2. Michael Hilgers, BEL 29:48.19 2. Tomi Curk, SLO 30:38.87 2. Igor Kopse, SLO 28:17.32 2. Borut Rovscek, SLO 29:47.03 3. Simon Schram, NED 30:01.11 3. Pierre Yves Hardenne, MON 3. James Mattis, USA 29:10.73 3. Einar Lode, NOR 30:37.12 7. Dean Whelan, AUS 32:13.01 31:04.21 6. Matthew Warner-Smith, AUS 4. Michael Roberts, AUS 31:09.59 4. Shannon Johnson, AUS 31:11.61 30:42.87 8. Brett Parkes, AUS 32:57.58 10. Matt Dec, AUS 31:26.89 12. Steven Payne, AUS 34:59.00 12. Steven Payne, AUS 34:59.00 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 45-49 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 50-54 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 55-59 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 60-64 1. Yury Demanov, RUS 29:34.10 1. Dzmitry Buben, BLR 30:44.02 1. Robert Anderson, USA 30:58.98 1. Kaare Christoffersen, NOR 2. Brendan Sullivan, USA 30:34.80 2. Bojan Ropret, SLO 30:46.53 2. Rudolf Moser, SUI 32:36.13 31:12.20 3. Erik Ruesink, NED 30:34.93 3. Jean-Michel Thimister, BEL 3. Wladimir Gottfried, GER 32:52.50 2. Rudolf Sluyts, BEL 31:34.33 8. Frans Buissink, AUS 32:02.84 31:36.16 8. Peter Vaughan, AUS 37:37.93 3. Kenny Fuller, USA 32:23.47 14. Jon Leighton, AUS 32:53.64 7. Byron Geneve, AUS 34:00.09 9. David Fairburn, AUS 34:47.37 Men’S TiMe TRiAl - 65+ 1. Rein Oppewal, NED 33:39.08 2. Gunnar Fjellberg, NOR 35:53.54 3. Claude Janus, FRA 36:48.04 4. Robert Freak, AUS 37:18.77 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl - WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl - WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl - WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl - 16-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 1. Judith Visser, NED 34:21.65 1. Ester Olthuis, NED 33:13.02 1. Molly van Houweling, USA 1. Julie Emmerman, USA 34:05.41 2. Beate Zanner, GER 35:11.36 2. Rebecca Balboni, USA 36:00.99 33:01.94 2. Jane Kilmartin, IRL 34:32.99 2. Andreja Jagodic, SLO 34:33.75 3. Rachel Larner, NZL 35:24.33 3. Chiyo Lombard, USA 36:36.44
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 117WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl - WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl - WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl - WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl -45-49 50-54 55-59 60-641. Marti Shea, USA 33:11.10 1. Kathy Johnson, USA 41:55.70 1. Marion Bax, NED 36:56.69 1. Martha Iverson, USA 40:33.852. Jane Moraz, NZL 35:53.84 2. Laura Wanker, USA 41:58.92 2. Jenny Sammons, AUS 37:33.853. Elizabeth Hall, AUS 36:16.04 3. Marti Valks, NED 37:45.444. Catherine Finlay, AUS 38:25.085. Natalie Roberts, AUS 41:11.10WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl -60-641. Martha Iverson, USA 40:33.85Men’S ROAD RACe - 16-29 Men’S ROAD RACe - 30-34 Men’S ROAD RACe - 35-39 Men’S ROAD RACe - 40-441. Simon Collard, BEL 2:57:03 1. Kristof Houben, BEL 2:56:59 1. James Mattis, USA 2:57:28 1. Wladimiro d’Ascenzo, ITA 2:58:552. Brett Tack, USA 2:58:19 2. Bart Bury, BEL 2:57:28 2. Michael Olheiser, USA 2:57:31 2. Anthony Kerneis, FRA 3:00:213. Primoz Obal, SLO 3:00:27 3. Alessandro Dandrea, ITA 2:59:16 3. David de Vecchi, FRA 2:57:54 3. Gregoire Balland, FRA 3:00:25 14. Shannon Johnson, AUS 3:05:55 23. Matt Dec, AUS 3:09:44 23. Gary Jones, AUS 3:13:44 40. Steven Payne, AUS 3:20:36 30. Tim Dalgliesh, AUS 3:13:22 32. Chris Roberts, AUS 3:19:59 41. Adam Feilding, AUS 3:21:17 39. Paul Speyers, AUS 3:21:40 54. Richard Kelly, AUS 3:32:03 42. Robert Hensby, AUS 3:24:03 52. Jason Cawthorne, AUS 3:27:11 53. Christopher Ainsworth, AUS 3:40:22Men’S ROAD RACe - 45-49 Men’S ROAD RACe - 50-54 Men’S ROAD RACe - 55-59 Men’S ROAD RACe - 60-641. Giovanni Lattanzi, ITA 3:10:04 1. Bojan Ropret, SLO 3:10:56 1. David Zimbelman, USA 3:13:41 1. Rudolf Sluyts, BEL 3:17:312. Jos Wolfkamp, NED 3:10:09 2. Hub de Vries, NED 3:10:57 2. Nino Giustizia, ITA 3:18:01 2. Andre Fosse, FRA 3:18:213. Stefan Maag, CHE 3:10:11 3. Peter Schroen, NED 3:11:19 3. Robert Anderson, USA 3:18:14 3. Joop Ribbers, NED 3:19:0923. Mark Horn, AUS 3:16:52 12. Michael Bonner, AUS 3:15:34 12 .Bruce Goddard, AUS 3:26:02 7. Stephen Williams, AUS 3:29:1525. Andrew Brierley, AUS 3:17:08 17. Mark Paget, AUS 3:22:02 21. Wally Crowley, AUS 3:44:10 8. Adrian Corp, AUS 3:29:1535. Chris Glasby, AUS 3:21:24 27. Remy Caseris, AUS 3:34:21 25. Ian McFall, AUS 3:53:14 19. Jeff Yeatan, AUS 4:26:0537. Frans Buissink, AUS 3:21:59 31. Paul Heyes, AUS 3:35:37 28. Bryan Taylor, AUS 4:03:3545. Jon Leighton, AUS 3:23.34 38. Brent Field, AUS 3:40:3052. Stephen Marks, AUS 3:26:17 40. Greg Connell, AUS 3:41:0155. Jeff Brooks, AUS 3:27:18 44. Dave Fairburn, AUS 3:55:1357. Gavin Lawson, AUS 3:27:3258. Tony Anderson, AUS 3:30:1564. Shayne Hendren, AUS 3:32:55Men’S ROAD RACe - 65+1. Bruno Maccioucu, ITA 3:19:312. Mu Nicollo, ITA 3:34:413. Robert Freak, AUS 3:41:43WOMen’S ROAD RACe - WOMen’S ROAD RACe - WOMen’S ROAD RACe - WOMen’S ROAD RACe -16-29 30-34 35-39 40-441. Edith van den Brande, BEL 3:25:34 1.Ester Olthuis, NED 3:25:45 1. Karine Saysset, FRA 3:26:04 1. Anja Buysse, BEL 3:26:302. Beate Zanner, GER 3:28:57 2.Anke de Kort, BEL 3:29:46 2. Molly van Houweling, USA 2. Rachel Larner, NZL 3:32:593. Judith Visser, NED 3:42:00 3.Stephanie Vaxillaire, FRA 3:33:32 3:28:43 3. Deena Clayton, CAN 3:34:46 4.Victoria Hammick, AUS 3:44:16 3. Michela Gorini, ITA 3:28:48WOMen’S ROAD RACe - WOMen’S ROAD RACe - WOMen’S ROAD RACe - WOMen’S ROAD RACe -45-49 50-54 55-59 60-641. Marti Shea, USA 3:34:20 1. Linda Eiler, GER 2:06:18 1. Carole Vanier, CAN 2:10:36 1. Susie Anderson, AUS 2:28:162. Jennifer Slawta, USA 3:35:51 2. Patrizia Cabella, ITA 2:06:49 2. Marti Valks, NED 2:14:00 2. Martha Iverson, USA 2:43:053. Elizabeth Hall, AUS 3:41:29 3. Jane Cutler, AUS 2:11:11 3. Vanessa Cooney, USA 2:24:38
    • 118 2011 OCeAniA TRACk ChAMpiOnShipS ADELAIDE, SOuTH AuSTRALIA 24-27 NOVEMBER 2010 Men’S SpRinT Men’S TiMe TRiAl Men’S keiRin Men’S inDiViDUAl 1. Peter Lewis, AUS 1. Scott Sunderland, AUS 1:02.660 1. Jason Niblett, AUS pURSUiT 2. Andrew Taylor, AUS 2. James Glasspool, AUS 1:03.442 2. Simon Van Velthooven, NZL 1. Michael Hepburn, AUS 4:19.137 3. Edward Dawkins, NZL 3. Cameron Karwowski, NZL 1:04.362 3. Mitchell Bullen, AUS 2. Jack Bobridge, AUS 4:24.042 3. Mitchell Lovelock-Fay, AUS 4:29.055 Men’S SCRATCh RACe Men’S pOinTS RACe Men’S OMniUM Men’S MADiSOn 1. Leigh Howard, AUS 1. Jordan Kerby, AUS 1. Shane Archbold, NZL 1. Australia (Cameron Meyer, 2. Aaron Donnelly, AUS 2. Brent Nelson, AUS 2. Myron Simpson, NZL Leigh Howard) 3. Damien Howson, AUS 3. Aaron Donnelly, AUS 3. Aaron Gate, NZL 2. New Zealand 3. Australia (Alex Edmondson, Mitchell Benson) Men’S TeAM SpRinT Men’S TeAM pURSUiT 1. Australia 44.713 1. Australia 4:02.270 (Daniel Ellis, Jason Niblett, (Jack Bobridge, Michael Hepburn, Scott Sunderland) Leigh Howard, Cameron Meyer) 2. New Zealand 44.967 2. New Zealand 4:08.280 3. Australia 45.698 3. Australia (Alex Bird, Matthew Glaetzer, (Edward Bissaker, Jordan Kerby, Peter Lewis) Mitchell Fay-Lovelock, Mitchell Mulhern) U19 Men’S SpRinT U19 Men’S TiMe TRiAl U19 Men’S keiRin U19 Men’S inDiViDUAl 1. Timothy McMillan, AUS 1. Zac Deller, AUS 1:04.745 1. Zac Deller, AUS pURSUiT 2. Zac Deller, AUS 2. Jaron Gardiner, AUS 1:05.357 2. Jaron Gardiner, AUS 1. Alex Edmondson, AUS 3:22.613 3. Luke Zaccaria, AUS 3. Timothy McMillan, AUS 1:05.782 3. Timothy McMillan, AUS 2. Alex Morgan, AUS 3:24.530 3. Mitchell Benson, AUS 3:34.930 U19 Men’S SCRATCh RACe U19 Men’S pOinTS RACe U19 Men’S OMniUM 1. George Tansley, AUS 1. Pieter Bulling, NZL 1. Mitchell Benson, AUS 2. Caleb Ewan, AUS 2. Mitchell Benson, AUS 2. Alexander Edmondson, AUS 3. Jack Cummings, AUS 3. Phillip Mundy, AUS 3. Jack Cummings, AUS U19 Men’S TeAM SpRinT U19 Men’S TeAM pURSUiT 1. Australia 46.890 1. Australia 4:15.676 (Zac Deller, Tim McMillan, (Mitchell Benson, Alex Edmondson, Luke Zaccaria) Evan Hull, Alex Morgan) 2. New Zealand 48.563 2. New Zealand 4:18.744 3. Australia 48.301 3. Australia (Nathan Hart, Luke Parker, (Robert-Jon McCarthy, Jacob Schmid) Phillip Mundy, Miles Scotson, George Tansley) WOMen’S SpRinT WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl WOMen’S keiRin WOMen’S inDiViDUAl 1. Anna Meares, AUS 1. Kaarle McCulloch, AUS 34.782 1. Anna Meares, AUS pURSUiT 2. Kaarle McCulloch, AUS 2. Stephanie Morton, AUS 35.964 2. Emily Rosemond, AUS 1. Jaime Neilsen, NZL 3:41.597 3. Emily Rosemond, AUS 3. Cassandra Kell, AUS 36.173 3. Natasha Hansen, NZL 2. Kaytee Boyd, NZL 3:42.819 3. Rebecca Werner, AUS 3:48.504
    • Cycling Australia Annual Report 2011 119WOMen’S SCRATCh RACe WOMen’S pOinTS RACe WOMen’S OMniUM1. Katherine Bates, AUS 1. Megan Dunn, AUS 1. Melissa Hoskins, AUS2. Megan Dunn, AUS 2. Sarah Kent, AUS 2. Isabella King, AUS3. Annette Edmondson, AUS 3. Melissa Hoskins, AUS 3. Sarah Kent, AUSWOMen’S TeAM SpRinT WOMen’S TeAM pURSUiT1. Australia 34.632 1. Australia 3:27.856 (Kaarle McCulloch, (Kate Bates, Sarah Kent, Emily Rosemond) Josepine Tomic)2. New Zealand 35.704 2. New Zealand 3:28.6383. Mixed Team 35.110 3. Australia 3:35.433 (Georgia Baker, Allison Rice, Jessica Mundy)U19 WOMen’S SpRinT U19 WOMen’S TiMe U19 WOMen’S U19 WOMen’S SCRATCh1. Stephanie McKenzie, NZL TRiAl inDiViDUAl pURSUiT RACe2. Adele Sylvester, AUS 1. Stephanie McKenzie, NZL 36.279 1. Georgia Baker, TAS 2:32.836 1. Taylah Jennings, AUS3. Paige Paterson, NZL 2. Adele Sylvester, AUS 36.563 2. Georgia Williams, NZL 2:34.341 2. Jessica Mundy, AUS 3. Imogen Jelbart, AUS 37.024 3. Letitia Custance, AUS 2:32.419 3. Georgia Williams, NZLOCeAniA ROAD ChAMpiOnShipSSHEPPARTON, VICTORIA 17-20 MARCH 2011Men’S TiMe TRiAl U23 Men’S TiMe TRiAl U19 Men’S TiMe TRiAl1. William Dickeson, AUS 55:52.6 1. Damien Howson, AUS 40:55.6 1. Nick Schultz, AUS 37:41.72. David Pell, AUS 58:07.1 2. Nick Aitken, AUS 41:11.9 2. David Edwards, AUS 37:56.83. Nick Bansley, AUS 58:09.6 3. Aaron Donnelly, AUS 42:05.2 3. Alex Morgan, AUS 38:14.8Men’S ROAD RACe U23 Men’S ROAD RACe U19 Men’S ROAD RACe1. Ryan Obst, AUS 4:00:30 1. Richard Lang, AUS 3:59:47 1. Calvin Watson, AUS 2:14:572. Sam Rutherford, AUS 2. Nathan Haas, AUS 2. Bradley Lindfield, AUS3. Steele von Hoff, AUS 3. Stuart Smith, AUS 3. David Edwards, AUSWOMen’S TiMe TRiAl WOMen’S ROAD RACe U19 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl U19 WOMen’S ROAD RACe1. Shara Gillow, AUS 39:39.1 1. Shara Gillow, AUS 3:14:47 1. Jessica Allen, AUS 23:40.2 1. Jessica Mundy, AUS 1:55:022. Bridie O’Donnell, AUS 40:31.6 2. Bridie O’Donnell, AUS 2. Allison Rice, AUS 23:50.9 2. Emily Roper, AUS3. Alexis Rhodes, AUS 41:17.4 3. Chloe McConville, AUS 3. Georgia Williams, NZL 23:56.1 3. Sophie Williamson, NZL
    • 120 OCeAniA MOUnTAin Bike ChAMpiOnShipS SHEPPARTON, VICTORIA 17-20 MARCH 2011 eliTe Men CROSS U23 Men CROSS COUnTRy JUniOR Men CROSS COUnTRy 1. Paul van der Ploeg, AUS COUnTRy 1. Chris Jongewaard, AUS 2. Dirk Peters, NZL 1. Anton Cooper, NZL 2. Sid Taberlay, AUS 3. Samuel Shaw, NZL 2. Mathew Waghorn, NZL 3. Michael Northcott, NZL 3. Christopher Aitken, AUS eliTe WOMen CROSS U23 WOMen CROSS JUniOR WOMen CROSS COUnTRy COUnTRy COUnTRy 1. Rosara Joseph, NZL 1. Rebecca Henderson, AUS 1. Amy Austin, AUS 2. Karen Hanlen, NZL 2. Katherine O’Neill, NZL 2. Jess Wigan, AUS 3. Rowena Fry, AUS 3. Samara Sheppard, NZL eliTe Men DOWnhill JUniOR Men DOWnhill eliTe WOMen DOWnhill JUniOR WOMen 1. Rhys Willemse, AUS 2:12.05 1. Troy Brosnan, AUS 2:12.85 1. Holly Baarspul, AUS 2:38.81 DOWnhill 2. Rhys Atkinson, AUS 2:12.61 2. Connor Fearon, AUS 2:12.95 2. L eonie Picton, AUS 2:40.57 1. Sarah Atkin, NZL 2:34.73 3. Tim Eaton, AUS 2:13.22 3. Brandon Yrttiaho, AUS 2:13.96 3. Shelly Flood, AUS 2:43.34 2. Sophie Tyas, NZL 2L41.11 4X Men 1. Graeme Mudd, AUS 2. Daniel Franks, NZL 3. Richard Levinson, AUS
    • OCeAniA pARA-CyCling ROAD ChAMpiOnShipSSuNSHINE COAST, QuEENSLAND 15-16 APRIL 2011 121B Men’S TiMe TRiAl C5 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C4 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C3 Men’S TiMe TRiAl1. Modra/McPhee, AUS 27:05 1. Michael Gallagher, AUS 28:22 1. Ryan Hughes, AUS 30:31 1. Nathan Smith, NZL 31:412. Lindores/Finning, AUS 27:17 2. Shane Waller, AUS 32:14 2. David Nicholas, AUS 31:27 2. Noel Sens, AUS 36:023. Matthews/Kerr, NZL 27:35 3. Jason Oates, AUS 34:59C2 Men’S TiMe TRiAl C1 Men’S TiMe TRiAl T2 Men’S TiMe TRiAl1. Andrew Hughes, NZL 35:34 1. Jarrad Langmead, AUS 40:29 1. Stephen Bastick, AUS 21:452. Michael Eaddy, AUS 39:22h4 Men’S TiMe TRiAl h3 Men’S TiMe TRiAl h2 Men’S TiMe TRiAl1. Stuart Tripp, AUS 37:00 1. Nigel Barley, AUS 35:07 1. Michael Taylor, AUS 39:222. Rob Martin, NZL 41:20 2. Brendon Stratton, NZL 43:26 2. Jarrod Moncur, AUS 44:043. Richard Nicholson, AUS 44:45 3. Jonathan Nelson, NZL 48:17 3. James Ormerod, AUS 44:40B Men’S ROAD RACe C5 Men’S ROAD RACe C4 Men’S ROAD RACe C3 Men’S ROAD RACe1. Lindorres/Finning, AUS 2:14:31 1. Michael Gallagher, AUS 2:07:59 1. Ryan Hughes, AUS 2:08:19 1. Nathan Smith, NZL 1:28:402. Modra/McPhee, AUS 2:14:32 2. Shane Waller, AUS 2:15:12 2. David Nicholas, AUS 2:15:13 2. Noel Sens, AUS 1:30:543. Matthews/Kerr, NZL 2:14:44 3. Peter Holt, NZL 2:15:49C2 Men’S ROAD RACe C1 Men’S ROAD RACe T2 Men’S ROAD RACe1. Andrew Hughes, NZL 1:45:14 1. Jarrad Langmead, AUS 1:45:14 1. Stephen Bastick, AUS 58:372. Michael Eaddy, AUS 1:47:15h4 Men’S ROAD RACe h3 Men’S ROAD RACe h2 Men’S ROAD RACe1. Stuart Tripp, AUS 2:12:47 1. Nigel Barley, AUS 1:36:09 1. Michael Taylor, AUS 1:52:002. Rob Martin, NZL 2:22:33 2. Brendon Stratton, NZL 2:03:06 2. Jarrod Moncur, AUS 1:58:18 3. Jonathan Nelson, NZL 2:19:09 3. James Ormerod, AUS 2:07:33B WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C5 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C4 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl C2 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl1. Parsons/Waddell, NZL 30:01 1. Claire McLean, AUS 32:39 1. Susan Powell, AUS 33:46 1. Jing Huang, AUS 21:112. O’Connor/Knowler, AUS 30:55 2. Fiona Southorn, NZL 34:23 2. Alexandra Green, AUS 37:523. Gray/Thompson, NZL 31:54C1 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl h3 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl h2 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl T2 WOMen’S TiMe TRiAl1. Jayme Paris, AUS 21:28 1. Susan Reid, NSW 24:27 1. Tiffiney Perry, NZL 25:35 1. Carol Cooke, AUS 21:34 2. Samantha Eddie, NZL 26:07 2. Melissa Leckie, AUS 26:28 3. Rosemary Little, AUS 38:42B WOMen’S ROAD RACe C5 WOMen’S ROAD RACe C4 WOMen’S ROAD RACe C2 WOMen’S ROAD RACe1. Gray/Thompson, NZL 2:17:44 1. Claire McLean, AUS 1:37:42 1. Susan Powell, AUS 1:37:42 1. Jing Huang, AUS 1:31:282. O’Connor/Knowler, AUS 2:20:40.1 2. Fiona Southorn, NZL 1:39:55 2. Alexandra Green, AUS 1:53:563. Parsons/Waddell, AUS 2:20:40.2C1 WOMen’S ROAD RACe h3 WOMen’S ROAD RACe h2 WOMen’S ROAD RACe T2 WOMen’S ROAD RACe1. Jayme Paris, AUS 1:34:53 1. Susan Reid, NZL 1:47:31 1. Tiffiney Perry, NZL 50:20 1. Carol Cooke, AUS 58:38 2. Samantha Eddie, NZL 2:02:13 2. Melissa Leckie, AUS 55:49
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